Fairfield Porter, A Day Indoors, 1962 This image gave me pause, each figure in their own separated space. I used to see it as introverted and introspective. Now I see it as enforced loneliness and confinement. Call for Art: 6′ of Space Looking for artwork related to your experience in this quarantine. Open to any media (photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, writing, etc). Must be a League member to submit. IMPORTANT: Use the subject line 6′ of Space on the email so I can find it later. Include your name, the artwork’s title, size and materials, and your website/social media page. Brief artist statements are also invited. Please email your works to ruthiev(at)seattleartistleague.com. Send your images before April 30. I’ll post my favorites. Please share this post! Be well.