Art has the power to move us from reactivity and despair to a place of calmness and resilience. That’s why we need it more than ever now. A few weeks ago Denver photographer Lauri Rose Dunn started creating a series of mandalas—one for every day of the coronavirus epidemic— making them available online at little cost. (In challenging times, she believes, art should be accessible to all. ) Dunn takes us from our cramped living quarters into the more spacious realm of nature and the wonderfully intricate patterns found on butterfly wings. This is a good time for us all to focus on the process of cocooning and the promise of rebirth.