Pandemic 2020

Somewhere between late winter and early Spring of 2020 life as we new it, ceased... and our new "normal" began.  People were changed, for better and for worse. 

An unforeseen force took over and left us no choice but to come together and relate as a species.  History watched us navigate, evolve and adapt as we truly were built to do.   Empathy, clarity, and instantaneous perspective surfaced everywhere, and  for those who choose to see it. a sense of world connection lingers in the air. 

Enjoy a collection inspired by months of mask making, social distancing, uncertainty , great kindness,  strength, and love. 

A Better Land

A Better Land

oil on canvas 4" by 6" During the quarantine, rainbows served as a symbol that brighter day were on the way. As people stayed home, symbolic rainbows began to fill windows everywhere. This tinny canvas captures the hope that we should all hold on to during darker times.

Good Friday

Good Friday

Acrylic on Canvas 20" by 10" Growing up, my dad always brought home geranium flowers just before Good Friday. It was always a tradition to have them on our table as we prepared for our Easter celebration. In the spring of 2020 the world looked a bit different and I found myself longing for the familiar flower and all that it symbolized. This piece is was created with that in mind.

Hydrangea Waves

Hydrangea Waves

Acrylic on Canvas 12" by 16"

Believe

Believe

Oil Pastell on paper

Somewhere

Somewhere

Watercolor on cold pressed paper As people stayed home to wait out the pandemic, symbolic rainbows fill windows everywhere. People held out hope that the quarantine would pass and that brighter days were on the way.