Jim Zola

This issue features artwork from poet and photographer living in North Carolina. Jim Zola.

The artwork that it is, is a wonderful representation of passage of time — and is called ‘Untitled Faces’.

Untitled Faces, by Jim Zola

When we asked Jim to tell us what inspired him to create this piece of art, he said that it was the optical illusion image “where you can see two faces — one of a young woman and another of an old woman.” He told us that he had some pictures that “I took while looking through an old house being used for storage. I opened the closet and found mannequin parts.” Jim says that he combined this image with the silhouette of a face. — “I love playing with shadows and light.


Enjoy more of his artwork in:
Serving House Journal | The Stray Branch | Here Comes Everyone | Fourth & Sycamore

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