A photo taken from the perspective of a cemetery in Bosnian, featuring rolling, misty hills on a thickly cloudy day; In the foreground is a seemingly endless expanse of field. The whole photo is in tones of deep yellows, greens and blacks.

Photography by Ivana Kovačević

A photo taken from the perspective of a cemetery in Bosnian, featuring rolling, misty hills on a thickly cloudy day; In the foreground is a seemingly endless expanse of field. The whole photo is in tones of deep yellows, greens and blacks.

The Carriage Held but just Ourselves – And Immortality.

Photography, Ivana Kovačević

Instagram: @tristram.and.shandy

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

Framing the opening stanza of Emily Dickinson's "It's all I have to bring today" (F17) is a beautiful watercolor illustration on an orange-toned background. Above the poem are an owl, a porcupine, and a chipmunk carrying different kinds of seeds, and to the right of the poem stanza is a little African American girl in a green dress with her hair pulled back in a green ribbon, carrying a pumpkin

Art by Olivia Coucci

Framing the opening stanza of Emily Dickinson's "It's all I have to bring today" (F17) is a beautiful watercolor illustration on an orange-toned background. Above the poem are an owl, a porcupine, and a chipmunk carrying different kinds of seeds, and to the right of the poem stanza is a little African American girl in a green dress with her hair pulled back in a green ribbon, carrying a pumpkin

Art by Olivia Coucci

Inspired by Emily Dickinson poem F17, 2020

Instagram: @theartfulolive

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

A black ink drawing of Emily Dickinson, in the style of her famous daguerreotype

Art by Linda Simionato

A black ink drawing of Emily Dickinson, in the style of her famous daguerreotype

Art by Linda Simionato

Ink and paper, 2020

Instagram: @lindaillustrazioni and @lindasimionato23
Facebook: @linda.simionato23

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

Black ink on sepia toned paper, this is a drawing of Emily Dickinson posing with a knowing smirk, holding a mouse by the thumb and forefinger of her right hand and with an enormous, mohawked bird perched on her left forearm

Art by Melinda Narro

Black ink on sepia toned paper, this is a drawing of Emily Dickinson posing with a knowing smirk, holding a mouse by the thumb and forefinger of her right hand and with an enormous, mohawked bird perched on her left forearm

Hope

Ink, Melinda Narro, 2020

Instagram: @mknarro13

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

An ink painting of Emily Dickinson, her hair down, framed in gold with a bouquet of flowers and skulls beneath her. She holds a quill in her right hand. More flowers are at the top, along with a banner reading "Emily Dickinson"

Art by Kristýna Monczková

An ink painting of Emily Dickinson, her hair down, framed in gold with a bouquet of flowers and skulls beneath her. She holds a quill in her right hand. More flowers are at the top, along with a banner reading "Emily Dickinson"

Art by Kristýna Monczková

Inspired by Emily Dickinson, 2020

Instagram: @kristynamonczkova

 
Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist
A pen and ink drawing of a brick arch looking into a garden, in which stands a solitary gold statue. In the foreground there are two bare trees and some greenery. Below is the text "One need not be a chamber - to be haunted, -Emily Dickinson"

Art by Jean Sanders

Art by Jean Sanders

Pen and ink, Inspired by various Emily Dickinson poems, 2020

http://jean-sanders-illustration.com/
Instagram: @jeanbeans

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

A pencil sketch of Emily Dickinson on ruled paper, with the text of Emily's poem beginning "In this short life . that only lasts an hour" above

Art by Mary Pace

A pencil sketch of Emily Dickinson on ruled paper, with the text of Emily's poem beginning "In this short life . that only lasts an hour" above

Art by Mary Pace

Pencil on paper, Inspired by Emily Dickinson poetry, 2020

Instagram: @marypace.jpg

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

A black and white drawing of Emily Dickinson in pen

Art by Rachel Paschke Thompson

A black and white drawing of Emily Dickinson in pen

Art by Rachel Paschke Thompson

Ink on paper, 2020

Instagram: @rachelpaschket

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist

A series of dark etched lines against a white canvast

Art by Ileana Gonella

 

Herbarium Garden Shadows

Paint and canvas, Ileana Gonella, 2020

Instagram: @ilegonella

 

Featured as part of Emilytober2020 with permission from the artist