In the Year Twenty-Twenty Project
Updated: Sep 17
2020. Novel Coronavirus, Masks, Protests, Riots, and an unprecedented surge in Homeschooling and Shool-at-home (the latter two are two different things). What a rich environment for an artist/illustrator. I have several more paintings in the works, but here are the completed ones.
"Myra" marks the start of the pandemic panic. 9x12" acrylic on canvasboard.
"Nervous Hank Waits His Turn" - Hank is a Meerkat. 8x10" acrylic on canvasboard.
"Steve After a Long Day in the ICU" 5x7" acrylic on canvasboard
"Charlie's Dilemma: Masks and Baskets" - 5x5' acrylic on canvas
"D'Neisha Fox After Her Shift at the Market" - 4x4" acrylic on canvasboard
"Stu Takes No Chances" - 5x7" acrylic on canvasboard
I titled this after my Daughter in law. "With the oldest playing dead and the house destroyed, Erin decided to pour a glass of wine. She only hoped she could make it to a chair without spilling it as Nolan climbed up her face." - 5x7" acrylic on canvasboard (already gifted).
"Three Blind Mice" - This one is about the on-going arguments on social media about COVID-19. We're all arguing and none of us can see clearly. Jedi, Sith, Kung Fu Master - and yet not a one of us can see the real enemy - or each other. 5x7" acrylic on canvas board. A simple illustration of where we are right now in history. (SOLD)
I will be adding more as the summer goes on. Some of these designs are available as greeting cards on Zazzle at www.zazzle.com/store/twocrowfeatherwoman