EXTRAORDINARY POSTCARDS
FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Isolation (Chrysalis) II

Brenda Ullrich

Isle of Wight

Watch for the small signals watch for what happens at the edges. Https://www.chriscorrigan.com/parkingbt/into-the-chrysalis/

Dignity

Arthur Hulett Blackstock

Newlyn

Garden Bird Calls During Illness March 2020

Wig Sayell

Oxfordshire

I have always enjoyed listening to bird songs, but when self isolating, however, this interest went away. The sound from my garden becoming overly personal

Seeds for Change II

Amanda Slade

Penzance

During lockdown I became obsessed with these humble wild plants for their fragility and their tenacity

Cat Friend

Paula Berks

Falmouth

Thank you

Finding Order

Sofie Boons

London

Self Portrait With Mask No. 1

Aly Smith

Newcastle Upon Tyne

Thank you for this opportunity.

Not A Fitness Fan!

Leanne Broadbent

East Yorkshire

At first we baked and ate too much, now I have become very familiar with my weights and exercising every day!

Photographic Transfer (Where Are They Now)

Judith Kerr

Lamorna

Under the Canopy

Rachael Coward

Truro

Landscape of a Fevered Mind

Sara Owen

St Austell

And The World Cried, Mary 5

Stella Benson

Penzance

Always Look On The Brightside

Hilary Franklin

Surrey

For Sue, with love x

Lexicon Of Our ‘New Normal’

Eleanor Winn

Ludgvan

Protect the NHS

Jacky Paynter

Hampshire

Contrasting life in the garden and political scandal

In Praise of the Window Box

Roger Towndrow

Truro

Cosmos

Sarah Riseborough

Belford

New Horizons (I Know It’s Cheesy! : )

Flo Sibley

Penzance

Thanks For the Project!

Lockdown Hauntology

Jason Hirons

Plymouth

Its hard to remember sometimes that change is a constant, and times will get better

Tea and Ted and 38

Shauna Stanton

Penzance

Stormy

Jean McPherson

St Ives

A Portrait Of Penzance No.2

Mary Gabriel

Penzance

Done from 7am to 9:15am on 27th March 2020 in a piercingly cold wind. Basically, this very simple picture says “I was here” on a very quiet day, the first week of lockdown.

In Memory of Oak (Printed in oak gall ink) 3

Paula Cox

Penzance

New skill learnt in lockdown – Make oak gall ink 3

Autmn Winds

Iona Mandal

Birmingham

Inspired by Japanese haiku master Buson’s painterly, subjective style. This is a Japanese haiku. It does not conform to the 5-7-5 syllable pattern

Touching The Code

Julie Massam

Penzance

see www.juliemassam.co.uk

The Pretender

Janet Sainsbury

Exeter

Thinking about the uses of masks: protection, entertainment, disguise, performance

Another Lighthouse

Jon Old

County Durham

The Entertainer

Janet Sainsbury

Exeter

Thinking about the uses of masks: protection, entertainment, disguise, performance

Homeward Bound

Elizabeth Strachan

Kent

Living through this pandemic has made me reflect on my need to get back to my roots in the north.

Trefusis Point – Heatwave

Susan Bovington

Falmouth

Acrylic

Upcycled Cardigan

Karen E.A. Ash

Saltash

All the flowers are sewn individually

Boatyard – Lockdown III

Victoria Burton-Davey

Praze-an-Beeble

One a Day

Cat Gibbard

Penzance

During lockdown I walked for an hour every day at low tide – St Michael’s Mount was my halfway point

After My Surgery Came Lockdown

Margaret Deans

Praa Sands

Alone but in a beautiful place

Lockdown – The View From My Window

Linda Brady

Plymouth

Lockdown – Not Going Down

Miriam Harper

Brighton

Recording an unexpected successful relegation battle in the strange 2019/20 season

Behind The Mask

Debbie Tostevin

Dorset

NHS and proud 🙂

Bluetit on a Branch

Karen Hickson Smith

Tunbridge Wells

Without the sounds of planes, when the bluetits were nesting, we could hear the flutter of their wings as they fed their young

Autism and Affect Touch featuring Henry

George Morl

Essex

My favourite biscuit is a gingernut

Springtime Coming in Lockdown Time

Sara Owen

St Austell

Get Orf My Land

Josie Hinton

Gorran Haven

I loved doing this.

Kemeneth

Kayna Macaulay

Perranuthnoe

Cornish for Community

Pathway 3

Claire Morris-Wright

Northants

Lichen covered a path held deep in the woods since 1940 now overtaken by nature. Cracks burgeoning with new growth. A clear metaphor for the future – we should pay clear attention to the the new growth between a crack.

Country Walks

Heather Woolnough

Bodmin

Generated Abstract 1

Dawn Langley

Surrey

Thank you, great project

Re-bel Re-spond Rewild

Ruth Hawe

West Sussex

Eye Test Crossword 3 of 3

Sean O’Sullivan

Oxfordshire

Summer Bliss

Clare Oborne

Kent

Lockdown

Laurie Finestone

Penzance

Frustrated Self-Portrait In Quarantine.

Nectarios Stamatopoulos,

Athens, Greece

Athens 2020

Not Another Effing Book

Judy Logan

Cambridge

Thank you One and All!

Marlene Stevens

Penzance

Well Done!

Life Being Shielded

Katie Wheeler

St Ives

Please Redirect To

Anonymous

Redruth

Walk In The Woods

Jill Starey

Surrey

Photo of chalk drawing

Lockdown Routine – Eat, Sleep, TV – Repeat

Katie Brewin

Leicester

Thank you

Amber

Rosie Kliskey

Penzance

Thank you for asking me to be involved!

My Many Walks

Annelie Wood

Redruth

An Abstract view combining the different walks I took during lockdown

the Coming Storm

Jak Stringer

Heamoor

On the 18th March I took my Dad to his hospital appointment. On the way home we usually stopped for a coffee but because he was no longer allowed to, we got a takeaway coffee at Portreath and sat and watched the storm coming. We didn’t know what the future held.

My Garden Becomes My Solace

Kirsty Willcocks

Bugle

Collagraphs & print plate: cardboard & dwarf beans. Missing my parents, a mother’s hug we chatted regularly online and shared gardening tips. Instagram #dontknowwhatsortofartido

Connected Stitch

Rachel Basey

Redruth

Not So Home Sweet Home

Michael Torkington

County Durham

Self isolation is tough – 79 year widower

Quinty Marks Time

Linda King

Hayle

Rescue ferret Quinty ran across some wet cement in 2016. In 2017 she had 10 babies and I wrote a book about it. 2018 the footprints were wearing away. 2019 I moulded them and cast resin into the mould to make an exact copy painted with enamel. Finally in 2020 I covered the back with beads, in my usual style.

Taking Time To Smell The Flowers. Wild Foxgloves

Rowena Rees

Ludgvan

Screenprint Spring/Summer 2020

My Corona!

Peter Giles

St Ives

During lockdown my drawings developed

Going Nowhere

Trisha Langdon

Saltash

We were thinking of taking the campervan to Italy this summer…

Stagnation

Will Osborne

Southampton

Negative News

Soraya Smithson

Lincolnshire

Lizard Point

Stephanie Thomason

Falmouth

I love this project! Thank you.

Close To Home

Elizabeth Rozelaar

St Austell

These are just a few of my lockdown activities

Isolation Haiku

Marion Gomm

Penzance

Pumpkin Story I

Catherine Dennis

Portreath

First 4 Illustrations Montage -It took AGES, wrong paint, wrong paper, wrong size!!

Quality

Sue Watt

Cardiff

And I’m Still Here (Bronze)

Pamela Storey

Cheshire

Escape 1

Jane Fulford

Nottinghamshire

Flowers

Becky Bound

Redruth

On the Trail (Camel Trail)

D Shadrick

St Buryan

Our first big trip out after lockdown

Bang The Virus Came

Iris Holmes

Shropshire

This what some of us do, like eat, sleep, buy masks and keep safe from Covid

Barley Fields to the Creek, Gulls Overhead.

Pip Barfield

Constantine

I spent time walking to Scott’s Quay and collecting feathers for art; collages during lockdown. Love barley beards.

Photographic Transfer (Apologies To Peter Brooks)

Judith Kerr

Lamorna

The View I Want to See

Amy Almeida

Norfolk

She Felt Magic

Julie Massam

Penzance

see www.juliemassam.co.uk

Portrait Of Mick With Mask And Eye-Patch

Aly Smith

Newcastle Upon Tyne

Pencil – Graphite and colour used for all three pictures

Bedroom View

Tegen Treloar

Helson

I Feel Free in the Sea

Jo Bateson

Hayle

Thank you

What’s The Point?

Julie Williams

Hythe

I enjoyed the time to find more about life

Lockdown Haiku III

Jane Sparrow-Niang

Penzance

Reading

John Eyers

St Hilary

Social Distance Dodging

Ruth Collett

North Yorkshire

Lockdown visual diary > iPad

Pressed Seaweed (Found Wherrytown Beach)

Paula Cox

Penzance

New skill learnt in lockdown.- Seaweed pressing. 1

Memories from Marlene (Nee Paynter) My Dad 1

Marlene Stevens

Penzance

The Day I Planted Dwarf Bean Seeds

Kirsty Willcocks

Bugle

Handmade collagraph plate & print made from recycled materials around the house. Toilet roll, cardboard, dwarf beans seeds. Learning to grow veg for the 1st time during lockdown.

Plant Window

Luke Packham

St Columb Major

Empty Streets

Paula Berks

Falmouth

Thank you

At a Loss

John Eyers

St Hilary

Reporting Truth

Rowen Hor

Hong Kong

We avoid wearing colours but still get beaten and arrested

Pink Moon

Jacqueline Jones

Mid Glamorgan

In The Lockdown Frame Zoom Time!

Angelo Pizzigallo

Kent

Spending a lot more time on screen

Lockdown Sketch of Lane

David Holmes

Shropshire

Changes (Month 5 And Now…) – 3 of 3

Mark Ingram

West Midlands

Coping by renovating my motorcycle