It’s mid-summer. But this is a great arts town. Readers of all ages keep sending work, for the Saturday morning gallery that began in early spring.
Professional, amateur, old, young — we want it all. Every medium is welcome. We especially love student art!
The only rule: Your art must be inspired by, reflective of, or otherwise related to the times we’re going through — or the times we’ve lost. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
John McKinney spotted this patriotically decorated storm drain on Fairfield Avenue, near Compo Beach.
Rebecca Ross drew this of her cousin, who works on the front lines at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York.
While staying home, Jana Ireijo has painted murals in her backyard. She created this, on her garage, in reaction to the Black Lives Matter movement. The charcoal (sent to her from a bushfire site in Australia) is not permanent. It will wash away in the rain.
“If Wishes Were Hugs” (Ellin Spadone)
“A Sign of the Times” (Karen Weingarten)
“Another Sargent” (Lawrence Weisman)
“Create Balance” (Amy Schneider)