This piece, which toured in a show with the Florida Watercolor Society and then reigned supreme at a local venue here in Portland, is back home in the roost. And it now seems perfect for the times.
We flock together in tiny, curated flocks of safe bubbles of family, and flock together in large, boisterous on-line flocks of like-minded spirits and humans striving to find meaning and connection in a wild, wild world. And yet, the "cat", be it pandemic, politics or persnicketiness, can also separate our flocks (small and large) and cause division. Now I have nothing at all against cats (I happen to adore them). But in this example, making sure the "cat" stays out of the roost is probably a good idea.
Jen Jovan and her imaJENation