Ever since COVID-19 became a household name, the art world has gotten much quieter. Galleries and museums have closed indefinitely, and artists can no longer travel to their studios or teach in-person art classes. But just under the new quiet is a low rumble, the rumble of the art world adjusting to this new — and hopefully temporary — normal. Online exhibits and art classes are cropping up, and artists throughout the country are converting their garages and living rooms into impromptu studios and continuing to create. I spoke to three artists who are currently working from home, making the best of an unprecedented situation.