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The Washington Post: We’d like to see the artwork you’re creating during the coronavirus crisis

The Washington Post: We’d like to see the artwork you’re creating during the coronavirus crisis
By Michael Cavna
May 5 at 7:00 AM

“A lot of bad art is going to come out of this nightmare — including my own — and that’s okay,” Emmy-winning artist Dean Haspiel said a month ago, as more people were isolating and social distancing. His point was that artists should keep creating art — any art — in response to the effects of the pandemic, no matter where it takes you.

Now, The Washington Post would like to see the visual art you’re making while sheltering in place. What are you drawing or painting, sculpting or constructing, weaving or photographing?

Please share images of your artwork using the form below. We’ll pick some of our favorites to share in a future story, along with your comments about your work.

Have you created artwork during the pandemic? We'd love to see it.

CLICK LINK: https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2020/05/05/wed-like-see-artwork-youre-creating-during-coronavirus-crisis/
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