Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on March 5th, 2021

Blank Slate Features Art that Spotlights Mental Health by David Rolland “All of the isolation and loneliness that people feel has only been exacerbated over »

Published on January 31st, 2021

by Olivia Feldman An artist used to working alone, painter Carol Prusa turned to printmaking in 2020 — a year notable for enforced isolation — »

Published on January 31st, 2021

by Tim Moffatt Free range artist space is not a new concept. Question any boomer on the subject and you’ll most likely get a lecture »

Published on January 31st, 2021

by Tim Moffatt Beautiful, fragrant flowers grow from the refuse and detritus of carbon-based life forms; it’s the circle of life. However, as human beings »

Published on June 5th, 2020

You there! That’s right, you! Do you find yourself petrified by the imminent threats of a virally toxic outside world? Do you feel you are »

Published on March 2nd, 2020

If there is a growing consciousness away from self-absorption and toward an understanding of our fates as shared, events like Up-Cycle are one way this »

Published on May 23rd, 2019

Like a snowflake, a fingerprint or DNA strand, art imitates nature and life in that no two works are identical. An exhibition by the self-described »

Published on February 22nd, 2019

Once upon a time human strangeness was a form of entertainment. Its attractions went from town to town, arriving by caravan shrouded in mystery under »

Published on January 30th, 2019

In “Black Mirror,” the Netflix series, we see technology reflecting our darker selves. In “Black Mirror and Other Third World Reflections,” a new exhibition at »

Published on January 2nd, 2019

With the rich and diverse set of cultures that make up South Florida, art always finds a way to flourish here no matter the literal, »

Published on January 2nd, 2019

In spring 2016 PureHoney first talked to Gary and Tarek Ahmed, brothers from Connecticut who had stumbled upon a long-gone South Florida punk band called »

Published on October 30th, 2018

There is poetic justice in the marketplace writing obituaries for media such as print: left for dead by the masses and corporate interests, they become »