Eighteen months after the Woolsey Fire destroyed 40 of her paintings, artist Forrest Jade had a new complication to face in the form of the coronavirus pandemic.

Jade, a resident of Agoura Hills where she also has her studio, owns and operates Artists Alibi, her small business for selling her artwork. The prices range from $150 for an acrylic painting into the thousands of dollars for those done in oil and using 24-karat gold leafing. 

She handled the pandemic by adapting to the new situation it presented her with.


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