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“Sunday Morning” – Stowe, Vermont, Covid Art

Do you remember how governments closed churches, forbidding gatherings for in-person services; how synagogues were deemed health hazards because chanting and singing exposed more diseased particles into the air?

Do you remember loved ones dying alone, buried without ceremony? Socially distanced funerals reached all the way to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Many people’s connections to worship and fellowship ended for the sake of safety.

These were the years when churches created livestream or drive-in services and outdoor meetings. People gathered to worship in freezing temperatures, finding legal ways to connect. Many of us found our true families during this time. German pastor Tobias Riemenschneider, author of Resisting Tyranny said,

“Singing in worship was prohibited in Germany for seven months . . . good training to see whether you (were) actually courageous.”

Do you know anyone who stood up to the rules for a good reason? Did you break any rules that you know were right to break?


This painting was part of Jonalyn’s Saving Lives Gallery and Virtual Watercolor Event.

All Jonalyn’s paintings arrive with a living edge. You can frame her art by either covering or showcasing this raw edge. Jonalyn’s favorite way to frame her work is in a “float mount” showcasing this raw, living edge.



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“Sunday Morning” 11 x 15″ original watercolor on 140 lb 100% cotton Saunders paper.


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