Art In The Time of Plague

Art In The Time of Plague

You may have noticed that I have not posted anything in over a month.  It has been, to say the least, a wild month that feels more like a year.  First, in the early morning hours of March 3rd, a tornado ripped through East Nashville, causing an enormous amount of damage.  We were fortunate; the tornado path missed up by about a half mile.  Then, as if that wasn't enough, we were hit with a pandemic disease, the worst the world has seen since the 1918 Spanish Flu.  Posting about pet portraits did not seem quite appropriate.

But as this continues to drag on, I realized that art is still one of the things that keeps us grounded as human beings.  So I'm at work in my home studio (appropriate for the conditions) painting commission art work.  Now might in fact be the best time for a portrait of your four legged (or two legged) friends and family.

And, as something I can do for my East Nashville friends, if you had a piece of my art damaged in the tornado, contact me and I will do my best to repair or replace it at no charge.

In the meantime, I'm taking orders, and while I can't modify the terms on my website, I'll give a 10% rebate on purchase.

Thanks for your support, and stay safe and well.