A pair of parrots; a special tiger; a very cool cat; antlers peeking out from the woods, and a startlingly blue wolf howling at the moon. The artwork and writing in our January Series render the wild in every form — unlocking primordial forms and beings with the simple stroke of the pen.
"The Purrfect Life" by Audrey Hong renders with skillful pen marks a cat with distinctive character.
"Wild Life" by Eason Tang takes us toward canine calls atop the peak of a craggy, meticulously-drawn hill.
"Tiger" by Brendon Wang presents us with the fierce rictus of his Zodiac sign.
"Animal Forest" by Grace Li could be lifted right out of a storybook, with its shining antlers and graceful woodland inhabitants.
"Parrots" by Yuming Dong splashes with the bold, Kahlo-esque colors of a twin pair of macaw parrots.
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The contributing editors for this issue are Victor Xia and Kailani Ye. We'd like to thank our adult advisors, Yan Han and Shirley Tong, as well as the Emerald Parents Board, for their continued support.