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Tahoe Canvas | Moonshine Ink’s 2014 Juried Visual + Literary Competition

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The winning entries from our annual juried art contest.

The Sculpted Photos

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The art of Incline Village artist Matt Dodge is a "celebration of eternal earth"

The Bearly Believable Story of the Vineyard in the Sky

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This is your space! Submit a story, poem, photo, illustration, or whatever to creativebrew@moonshineink.com. Submissions are due by the first Wednesday of the month. Provide contact info, brief bio, and a byline so we appropriately credit you for your masterpieces.

Adrien Haage

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This is your space! Submit a story, poem, photo, illustration, or whatever to creativebrew@moonshineink.com. Submissions are due by the first Wednesday of the month. Provide contact info, brief bio, and a byline so we appropriately credit you for your masterpieces.

 

 

Log From a Paddle Around Lake Tahoe

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We started taking bets on who will be the first to fall off. Unanimously, we picked Andy. The reasoning: he’ll get bored and start messing around (me), because he's bigger (Andy), and just because (Gia).

Submit to Win Moonshine Ink Tahoe Annual Visual and Literary Art Contest

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Moonshine Ink is now accepting literary and visual art submissions to the Tahoe Annual, with $500 grand prize packages.

Bear Tracks

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Moonshine’s former staff photographer and continued contributor Wade Snider spotted this bulky bruin out for a stroll along Fifth Street in Tahoma on December 8.

From Glass Art to Goats

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World traveler Bill Cooper is among the 40 artists opening their studios to the public during July's ARTour

Magic at Sand Harbor

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The Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor is arguably one of the best things about summer in Tahoe, but as I drove over I realized it had been (gasp) 10 years since I had gone....

Away With Words

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Truckee native Aaron Oropeza weaves together words, places, and emotions in an eclectic collection of five poems.