Creating and Coping
Just a glance back … this exhibit has now closed, but selected pieces may be browsed below. Please note some of these pieces are still for sale. Others have been purchased.
There is not one person who has not felt the grip of the Pandemic. While it has taken its toll, the Pandemic has also provided a time to reflect and re-imagine.
Gallery on Gazebo reached out to local artists to share what they have been creating during these Covid days, together with the backstory on how the art came to be and how the creative process unfolded. The exhibit is visual, musical, poetic, and sensory, with comments that are contemplative, amusing, ironic, challenging but always hopeful.
Most of the art is for sale. We ask our live and virtual visitors to consider purchasing an original piece as a reminder of our collective strength and resilience during this never before experienced time in our lives.
Ed – Three Chairs
Hower – Pandemic Paralysis 2020
Glover – Lost Childhood
Tower – Variations on a Theme Group
Eash – Pottery Bowls
Tower – Variations on a Theme – Small #4
Tower – Variations on a Theme – Small #2
Cullen – Simple Things
Donoughe -Johnstown Industry
Mosteller – Vintage Suitcases
Tower – Variations on a Theme – Small #3
Ed – Coping
Beverly Strueble -Age of Aquarius
Dumm – Watercolor Bee on Flower
Patcher – Infected Asymptomatic Person Coughing without a Mask
Ed – Drift
Ed – Woman at the Beach
Dumm – Watercolor Cowboy with Horse
Sandra Wirfel – First Tree
Barnette – Costume
Rainey – New Horizons
Tower – Variations on a Theme – Large #1
Dumm – Watercolor Scarlet Bird
Rainey – Beach Sand Dunes