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LCCC classes portray the Coronavirus through art

Kyleigh Haas, Outburst,

Acrylic on canvas, 11” x 14”,

2020, Painting I

“The quarantine has been rather difficult for me. There is so much going on inside my head, and I am very stressed out. I feel like my head is going to explode from all of this stress and all of the thoughts in my head. The dots of color represent all of the thoughts and stressors leading to a head exploding from overload.” -Kyleigh Haas

Carter Dech, No, you’re not crazy,

Watercolor, 14” x 11”,

2020, Figure Drawing

Alexus Tewold, “Corona” virus,

Acrylic on canvas, 11” x 14",

2020, Painting II

William Hechler II, The Hard Fight, COVID-19,

Pencil, 8.5” x 11”,

2020, Drawing I

“As someone who is immunocompromised, The Hard Fight, COVID-19 represents the overbearing looming threat the virus is. The body’s immune system is compromised, hence the crumbling wall, and the virus can invade at any point. The exhausted knight who is the body’s last defense, as a white blood cell, is too weak to even lift his sword. Even with the help of hospitals, the situation looks bleak and will be a hard fight to overcome.” -William Hechler II

Celeste Sukley, Forgetting,

Graphite and charcoal, 11” x 14”,

2020, Drawing I

“It’s about the struggles of going from the classroom to online learning. I felt as though I had forgotten many things and lost the ability to learn in an environment where I can engage with students and my professors. That’s why there are letters and numbers and symbols pouring out of my eyes instead of my eyes receiving them.” -Celeste Sukley

Dante Rufino, The New Normal,

Colored pencil, 9”x 12”,

2020, Figure Drawing

“The girl represents all of us, everyday humans, being thrown into this pandemic. I wanted her to have the mask on because something told me that this soon was going to be the new normal. The only thing we can do is to stay calm, be positive and keep pushing through matters like this. I pray for better days and hope for the best. Remember, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel.” -Dante Rufino

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