“Weight, Please?”

Masks were easy to put on. Nearly all of us knew what it felt like to wear one. We all knew the slogan, “Masks save lives.” We learned the types of masks that were better than others. People said, “It’s so small, it’s so easy. It’s not a big deal.” And we masked up.

What did we gain by wearing a mask? We have heard that narrative for years now.

What did we lose by wearing a mask?

Did the mask’s purpose shift from protection to social approval? Was the mask healthy for our children? Why was the science about mask research censored? How was mask wearing harder as time passed?

After years of wearing masks, how much do all these masks weigh?


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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“Weight, Please?” 19 x 30″ original watercolor on 140 lb 100% cotton Saunders paper.


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