One year ago in March, to protect our students and teachers from a new coronavirus, the Seattle Artist League moved our classes online. The virus was declared a national emergency, and we went into quarantine. We have now been in quarantine for thirteen months. Through this year, we have met each other online to draw, paint, print, and share community. In a time of hardship and isolation, it was good to meet and make work together. New teachers and students – now free to teach and take classes anywhere in the world – came to join us. In the last year, the League has grown in numbers, and our artistic voice as a school has evolved. This collection of artworks has been grouped with no association of genre, medium, artist, or online class. They have been selected and placed here so that they can complement each other, just as we hang a gallery wall for one of our all-inclusive Big League Anniversary shows. This is one in a series of posts featuring artworks produced through this pandemic. In this terrible year, we have made some good artworks. More to come! Mary SaucierMillieAcrylic on canvas paper20″x16″Final Project for ‘Beginning Acrylics’ with Keith Pfeiffer, Winter 2021 Anne BuchananStill Life with Empty Chair14 x 17 Oil Gregory Harvey-Smith3’ x 5’ Acrylics on Yupo Paper Gregory Harvey-Smith3’ x 5’ Acrylics on Yupo paper Kate FluckingerUrania Kate19 x 15″ oil on linen Elisabeth Tripathiuntitled11×14″ acrylic on birch panel Elisabeth TripathiSucculents at Sunrise12×18″ acrylic on birch panel Elisabeth TripathiMourning12×16″ acrylic on birch panel Lucy GarnettWoman in Mysore Market 14” x 11” Oil on Canvas Michele YanowSchool 2020 — study, 9×12” Oil on canvas boardThis is my 16 year old daughter. High school is not at all what she expected it to be.