When I think of all the new ways of doing things we've all developed in the last six months or so, my mind is a bit gobsmacked. I mean, how many things CAN I have delivered instead of going to the store? And how many new paths have I walked to find the road less traveled and thus less populated with potential COVID carriers? What about how we have begun to utilize technology for socializing in a serious way? Or how we've developed NASA caliber questionnaires to determine if another human can come into our personal bubbles? And dating in a COVID world is a particular maze of brain challenge that I get lost in and meander through. Send cookies and tea.
I'm thinking we are all going to have the healthiest brains in the history of brains. And if I keep thinking like that, the art just might get even more peculiar as this pandemic rolls on. :)
About the art:: I have a small collection of work by local artist Christopher St. John. So if you spend a little time with his incredible ceramic pieces, you begin to imagine most animals with human-ish faces. And so this rabbit seems to have a whimsical girl trapped inside. Or a whimsical girl has been cursed (or blessed?) by a magician and turned into a hare. Either way, it's a lot of paint on a piece of wood panel.
Jen Jovan and her imaJENation