Like many of you, my time has drastically changed since Covid-19 arrived. I’ve become a full-time teacher to my kiddo and am doing my best to keep our household running, stocked with food (and toilet paper!!), and our souls cared for, as well. Honestly, even if I did have time for it, I’m just too emotionally overwhelmed to make big, epic works of art right now.
But, I’m still making small creations…just to stay sane and send gifts of peace, beauty and comfort out into our grieving world. Here are some coloring pages I’m creating during the shelter in place which you’re welcome to download and print out for yourself and your children. Please tag me on Instagram and Facebook with pictures of what you create from them! I’d love to see you (online)! @meenamatochaart
I’m putting these out into the world for free because I feel strongly that people, no matter what their financial circumstances, should have access to art and beauty. With that in mind, please consider a donation to Central Texas Food Bank (or to your local food bank). Even just $1 donated gives 8 meals to central Texas neighbors. Thank you!
I hope that wherever you are in the world, you are safe and well.
Jesus Calms the Storm
Who stilled a storm with just a word? And can still the storms in our hearts, too?
When You Worry
Inspired by the song “Do Not Worry” by Rain for Roots.
Feast Day of Pentecost
During a time of pandemic, coming together looks very different, but the Spirit still moves like wildfire.
Inspired by Sister Corita Kent’s print “Pentecost.”
Here Comes the Sun