Tuesday, April 20, 2021

AN ODD AND INTERESTING COVID ANNIVERSARY ~ APRIL 2020 - 2021

Yesterday, after posting the Telephone Pole series, it occurred to me that exactly one year had passed since my last Covid post Artist Ken Goldman Sheltering in Place.

Last April we knew so little about this "pandemic" and now we know way too much.

Artists are fortunate that painting is such a solitary endeavor. As much as we disliked being locked down, there was definitely a silver lining: Much more time to create.

Here are some works begun in April of 2020 (drawings not included):

These are the five 80th Anniversary Rancho La Puerta paintings mentioned in last April's 2020 blogpost.

Chaparral Spring; Below Mt.Kuchumaa, Acrylic on Paper, 22x30

Chaparral Spring; Towards Mt.Kuchumaa, Acrylic on Paper, 22x30

Chaparral Spring; Haciendas Below Mt.Kuchumaa, Acrylic on Paper, 22x30

Chaparral Spring; Valley Below Mt.Kuchumaa, Acrylic on Paper, 22x30

Rancho Las Delicias Overview, Watercolor on Paper, 16x23

Vicarious Travels, Everyday Workers, Portraits, Rabbits, Birds and an Oil Landscape

May You Live In Interesting Times, Watercolor, 22x22

Thames Underground Sewage Workers, Watercolor, 22x22

Spectating Workers in Lithuania, Watercolor, 22x22

Praise, Watercolor, 22x22

Greenland - Last Spot of Sunlight, Watercolor, 30x22

Waiting, Watercolor, 22x30

Bernie-Bro, Watercolor, 22x22

Carlos, Watercolor, 30x22

Study in Contrasts II, Watercolor, 15x22

Study in Contrasts, Watercolor, 22x30

Morning Bustle, Watercolor, 22x30

 East Malibu Lagoon From PCH, Oil on Canvas, 18x24



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