How will you remember COVID-19?
April Murphy’s life as a festival artist came to a sudden stop when the COVID-19 pandemic began. All of her events around the country were canceled, and her studio was shut down during the stay at home order. But the Houston, Texas artist never thought of giving up and pivoted her perspective through art. Murphy launched the “Three to Five Words” project, inspired by the snippets of conversations she would hear out on runs or at the store. She’s created dozens of uplifting pieces that reflect emotionally-draining phrases like “Is Rapidly Spreading” and “Is Six Feet Enough”.
05.15.20 | 03:21 | CC