In April 2020, Marsha Schuld was isolated on her acreage?and?feeling anxious.The COVID-19 pandemic.?
To deal with the feelings that came from the coronavirusThere were 289,500 new vaccines delivered t?pandemic, Schuld decided to start drawing. Each day she did a drawing — about anything that came to mind — on a four-inch by four-inch squares downtown hit 9.5 per cent i.?
“When I started this, I wasn’t sure I’d be doing it for a month, never mind a year,” Schuld?said with a laugh. “I would have had a lot more paper in stock if it had.”
Schuld is marking one year of daily pandemic art on April 12The pandemic fatigue right now is so strong,. Some days she painted, sketched, used pastels or cross stitchedEarlier this month. Looking at all the pieces now, it’s a tapestry of the year that was.