• Art in the Time of Covid, Part 2

    Virtual show on the Points of View Artists' website
    Group show

    Points of View Artists offer a look at art reflecting reality in this strange time of social distancing and the coronavirus.  Each artist brings a different perspective to their experience – some humorous, some whimsical, some soberly reflective.

    This virtual show is presented as 4 “events”.  Comments related to the artists’ work appear in the event with their works.  Many of the works are for sale.  Contact us for information.  (Note:  NFS = Not For Sale;  POR = Price on Request)

    We hope to return to live shows later this year.  We had planned a full season of art, but have decided to continue with virtual shows until September when we hope the coronavirus situation has become less concerning.

    Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy this virtual show.  And … stay safe, stay well!


    Artists' Comments

    Each Points of View artist has responded to this remarkable time in a different way.  The brief descriptions below relate to the work of the artists shown below.  The notes will give you a feel for the inspiration that has guided them.  

    Carolyn Judson:  Carolyn moves easily from two-dimensional paintings to three-dimensional sculpture.  Two restful paintings lead to a whimsical reminder of times gone by and then a voyage into the surreal.  More of her work can be seen at Markings Gallery in Bath (https://www.markingsgallery.com/clay.html).

    Alan Mast:  Alan has been exploring with the conversation between colors and shapes.  His vibrant work brings joy and brightness into an ambiguous and uncertain time, looking for pattern and meaning in a newly chaotic world.

    Craig Snapp:  Craig uses his camera to find Covid times reflected in nature.  His images take us from apprehension to resignation to despair to whimsical hope.  This, too, shall pass.