Quaranzine: Issue 2 April 22, 2020 Quaranzine is a collection of creative works from the community that documents how we responded to this strange time we find ourselves in. Previous Issues Issue 1 Click on the image to see it full size. Jenn Dorsey, Callaway, “Disconnected” – Nature has been the best mental getaway during the pandemic Eli Grossman, Leonardtown, “Embossed Metal Art Turtle” – Embossed metal turtle – idea from Annmarie Sculpture Garden project Natalie Evans, Mechanicsville, “Wandering the Storm” – Millie & Della decided putting their swimming caps on and walking sticks in hand, they will be prepared for whatever may come next! Jody Brouwer, California, “Untitled” – I decided to finish this Zentangle piece that I started in 2016. My world was very different then. Creating art helps me to relax and this one did the trick. Bernard Matus, Leonardtown, “Lion Roared” – This is part of a series on Prey and Predator Christina Allen, Lexington Park, “Ruins” – An oil painting on paper that shows nature in all her brightness, contrasted with the dark ruins from a manmade building. Nature bursts out, oblivious to our human-centered concerns. All our efforts will decay and be reclaimed in time. It’s beautiful and foreboding at the same time. It’s life.