Middlesex-based painter Liz Le Serviget’s solo exhibit at The Center for Arts and Learning’s Member Gallery, Tracking Time Through COVID, is a colorful visual journal of the artist’s everyday life since shutdown. It features cards, reflections, portraits and a diaorama.
As part of the show, the artist invites viewers to mark their passage through COVID with her. Offering blank books, cards, colorful markers, participants can log the books they’ve read, and or mark a date on their own pandemic timeline.
Le Serviget says of the origins of this show, “Each day since mid March 2020, I have been creating a 2“ x 3“ watercolor painting along with several words that describe an experience, activity, new event, mood, conversation, observation, appreciation, challenge or anything else that has left its mark on that particular day, setting it apart from other days that seem to be melting into each other.”
Since everyone experienced the pandemic differently, the artist invites the viewer to add to the collective record of our time together. The exhibit and the interactive installation is on display in the first floor Members Gallery at the Center for Arts and Learning.
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