art ~ spirit ~ transformation

e*lix*ir   #2
spring 2016



  • Art at the Intersection of the Worlds

  • Poetry

  • Michael Fitzgerald
  • YoungIn Doe (in English and Korean)
  • Arlette George

  • Fiction

  • The Munich Girl
    by Phyllis Ring

  • Memoir

  • Birds
    by Holiday Reinhorn

  • Writing Life

  • Notes on the Poetic Process
    by Michael Fitzgerald

  • Essays

  • The Art of Ecstasy in the Poetry of Stanley Kunitz
    by Sandra Lynn Hutchison

  • Looking Back on Books

  • Fiction: Big Cats
    by Holiday Reinhorn
  • Nonfiction: Chinese Brushstrokes
    by Sandra Lynn Hutchison

  • Art

  • Paintings
    by Jean Reece
  • Photographs
    by Bev Rennie

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    Bev Rennie
    Bio:   Bev Rennie currently lives in Hastings, New Zealand. Her passion for photography has been at the forefront of her life since childhood. For 13 years, she worked in the Audio Visual Department of the Bahá’í World Center in Haifa, Israel. While living in Israel, she pursued her interest in photography, and she now continues her quest to explore fresh ways of seeing in New Zealand. She is particularly interested in examining natural phenomena that are often overlooked in daily life. Her goal as an artist is to unveil what is holy in the creation by documenting the many small miracles that take place everyday in the natural world. Her photos have been used in numerous Bahá’í publications, and various commercial magazines.