Our Readers Share – Dawn Hunter: “Pandemic Painting” – Please click to see the entire image

Dawn Hunter is a retired educator who taught for 22 years.

Ms. Hunter states, “In my retirement I have taken every opportunity to explore and expand my knowledge of and passion for the visual arts.  All the time experimenting and creating.  Always enjoying the process and sometimes the product.”

She continues, “Time.  There is never enough, but be careful what you wish for.  The Pandemic has given me time to paint, “Caw and Rona – Nesting in Place,” a 12”x18” acrylic.  The name was inspired by our new normal.”

— Our thanks to Dawn Hunter for sharing her striking painting.

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