In a pop-up solo exhibition by Natee Utarit, ‘Every day, Every day I have the Blues’ presents a collection of still-life paintings created in the past year. Utarit portrays scenes of the “new normal” for artists in their studios as well as portraits of people he met before the pandemic. These paintings create a sense of longing through a mundane interpretation of daily life by reminding his audience of a simplicity we lost since the pandemic.