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We are all trying to cope in our own ways with having to stay at home. Many artists have found the time to do more painting, process old photos, try new processes, or experiment with new ideas. This exhibit has been created to showcase what they have been doing or what has inspired them during these "Strange Times".tags:exhibit,past
70 x 60 / Upcycled Carbon Emissions(After Rubens' Massacre of the Innocents of 1611) I've always been fascinated by this woman, her personal trauma so visible even in the twisting mass of bodies...
8 x 8 / Digital PhotographyThis new norm is an interesting one. As she sits waiting for time to go by she is protected by the safety of her nest, yet it is that same nest that keeps her distanced f...
17 x 14 / pastelThis painting of Iao Needle, Hawaiian State Park, proves that there is still so much beauty in nature...even during these "Strange Times".
40 x 30 / oil on canvasFor those who need to clear their minds and breathe, take a bath in a cosmic rose quartz tub.
8 x 16 / Oil on Canvas BoardInspired by the view from my window, I long to be closer to the energy of the mountains. It is painted in the style of Modern Impressionism.
9 x 12 / Transparent watercolorStuck at home. Looking for something to paint. Rock and a couple of tubes of paint presented themselves.
20 x 26 / Printmaking/collageRecoded" poses a reflection on how scientific discoveries have become increasingly interconnected within human life. It is demonstrated by the development of bioenginee...