Resilience: Art in the Time of COVID-19
Online Exhibit: Art of the Arnold Arboretum by Lois Cremmins
Like many in the early days of the pandemic, our exhibiting artist, Lois Cremmins, sought solace in the Arnold Arboretum. Fortified by experiences of what she describes as “transcendent beauty here,” she created a series of works in direct response to COVID-19.
Resilience is defined as “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.” Looking at Cremmins’ art—vivid combinations of paint and collage on paper—one senses an uplifting of her spirit. WhileView more