"We’re Social Distancing," 12" x 16"
Acrylic and Oil Pastel on Canvas.
“My family and I went into quarantine in Spring 2020. We stayed home, didn’t see anyone, and focused on staying healthy physically, emotionally, and spiritually. For the first few weeks, I didn’t have any time to create. Time passed and we had no sense of it. Is today Tuesday or Thursday? What’s a Saturday? I was overwhelmed with fear and feeling panicked and didn’t have space mentally to be creative or make art. The focus of my days was about my family, homeschooling my children, and navigating our new normal. Already sleep-deprived I was up at all hours going over scary scenarios in my head and desperate to get my feelings out. There were/are so many unknowns.“
Perfect for any room of the home, this abstract work will add a personal touch to your home decor. Select abstract art that is meaningful to you!
Beautiful abstract by N. Y.-based artist Monica Shulman whose brand of gestural abstraction is a form of story-telling and draws attention to the singularity of her mark-making. A first-generation American of Cuban and Argentinian descent who left her career as an attorney to focus on her art practice full-time.
The artwork is sold in perfect condition.
Includes signed certificate of authenticity.
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