Art in the Time of COVID

Welcome to Art in the Time of COVID– an online artwork exhibition by Pink Dog Creative artists. The work in this exhibition is either related to the COVID-19 pandemic, made during the time of Stay-At-Home orders, or is uplifting or otherwise helpful during this challenging time. Most of the work is for sale. Our artists are hard at work and appreciate your support during this difficult time. Check out our artist pages and please get in touch with artists directly for information on work, online classes, & commissions! Work will continue to be added during the quarantine, so please check back for updates. Click on each image for larger view.

May Rhea, Reflections of Solitude, Pastel on paper, 9″ x 12,” $150 [email protected] This painting is at the “big lake” on May’s family farm in S.C. It’s a very peaceful place to walk, or just “be.” It serves as a reminder that solitude can be restorative.


Heather Davis, Coronavirus Series #3, Mixed media – Graphite, pastel, cold wax and oil, silkscreened ink on paper, 11″ x 14” $50. Could be mounted on a birch panel/framed, etc. for an extra charge.   This work was influenced by various studies of CT scans, x-rays and 3D models of the lungs of patients so irreparably ravaged by COVID-19.


Lucy Cobos, Isolation, 22″ x 30″ on Arches oil paper with mat. “Isolation is part of a new landscape series I call Nowhere in Particular, using the cold wax and oil medium. They start with visuals I’m attracted to, usually the sky. The rest happens organically with “nowhere in particular “ to complete my scene.” Contact Lucy for price with shipping included. Text: 617-763-0185


Racquel Wilkins, Centering Buddha Energy, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 48,” $1800. Centering Buddha Energy was created to instill a sense of calm, peace, and wellbeing for the viewer. While painting I stated my intention to infuse Buddha’s energy into the painting for upliftment and healing. [email protected] or (828) 767-8362


Bobby Wilkins, The Qulie, 2020, Acrylic on wood paneling, 40″ x 50,” NFS


Karen Keil Brown, Where Will Our Path Take Us, Oil on canvas, 14 x 11,” $650 [email protected]


Christie Calaycay, Ginkgo Drop Earrings, 18k White Gold, $950. SOLD. The ginkgo is a symbol of profound endurance and longevity, signifying resistance and renewal.


Stephen St.Claire, Le rêve d’été de Giverny, 2020, Oil paint on textured metallic leaf, 36″ x 48” This piece is based on my time of study at Claude Monet’s home in Giverny, France. Full of light and shadow, this bridge has been captured on canvas hundreds of times, but this is my own rendition of one of the most beautiful places on the planet. $7500 – [email protected] / 828-505-3329


Pat Phillips, Saying Goodbye, Enamel set in sterling brooch, 2″ x 2”, NFS. Saying Goodbye can be read on many levels as it may be about losing a loved one or friend or is it the loss of a way of life?


Leene Hermann, We’re All in this Together, 2020, Art glass in black frame, 19.5″ x 16.5″, $795, [email protected] / 248.855.4999 • Kandinski’s work inspired this inter-twining, overlapping, touching-but-not touching colorful piece showing how we are all in this together yet, at the same time, separate.


Patti Anastasi, Waiting for the Sun, 2020, Acrylic on Arches watercolor paper, 18″ x 24,” $200


Andrea Kulish, Ukrainian Pysanky Eggs, wax resist eggshells. Traditional pysanky eggs with symbols that are wishes for good health, strength, long life, love and protection. $39-56 each. [email protected] @avlstudioa on Instagram


Bobby Wilkins, 2020, Acrylic paint mixed with vinyl sparkling on wood paneling, 48″ x 36,” $700