“Screened” – Hebron, Nebraska

Brandon Hoops is a writer who lives in St. Louis, Missouri. Brandon’s grandpa played a huge father-figure role in his childhood. Soon after Brandon’s second son, Grady, was born, COVID hit. This painting was taken from a picture of Great Grandpa waving through the screen to Grady. The healthcare worker snapped this shot, recording the first time Grady and Great Grandpa saw each other. Their first meeting was through a screen.

When Jonalyn asked Hoops about his COVID years, even though a writer, he only sent one line, “This was COVID. When our elders couldn’t experience the joy of connection.” He enclosed the picture of Great Grandpa waving.


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


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