This is my original artwork.
It's not a coronavirus, but it's a picture with the image of a strange microorganism being born out of chaos, and a neat scientist observing it.
But this is a picture I drew a few days ago, not today. I felt sluggish today and didn't feel like painting, so I finished the preparation for tomorrow's exhibition early, and after that, I was looking at the pictorial records of the exhibition I saw the year before last. But looking at the pictorial records is no match for going to the museum to see the original paintings. I had no choice but to look at the pictorial record at home because the art museum cannot go due to self-restraint of business by COVID-19.
In order for me to draw and output my work, I need to go to art museums and galleries, so to speak, input. When there is a lack of input, the source of creativity dies. That's why I was looking at the pictorial record. I was looking at Van Gogh's catalog today.
Tomorrow, I will go to one of the few galleries that are open now and carry it in, and from the day after tomorrow, I will draw a lot more pictures.
(The pictures below are some of the exhibition catalogs.)