EXTRAORDINARY POSTCARDS
FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Solace

Katie Lennon

Newlyn

Just when I thought this summer couldn’t get any crazier, I went and found out I had cancer – Hodgkin Lymphoma – And then things got a whole lot crazier…

Hope Is A Thing With Feathers (Emily Dickinson)

Kate Tunstall

Huddersfield

Drawn with a rainbow pencil

A Lockdown Moment

Lesley Styles

Camborne

Dementia and the Deliberation of Death – Hazel 31.5.20 Panel 1

Jonathan Woods

Penzance

Hazel 25.6.1923 – 31.5.2020. Mother died

Toxic Beach That Is Dog Tired

Angelo Pizzigallo

Kent

Some shorelines are like an alien landscape

Lexicon Of Our ‘New Normal’

Eleanor Winn

Ludgvan

Uncertain Horizons

Jane Warrick

New York

The Rabbit Of Always

Lois Lysyj

West Sussex

The Future Is Bright

Marshall Somers

Helson

The world is pretty grim right now, but I know there’s a hopeful future awaiting us all!

The Daily Walk Through Tom’s Croft

Gillian Craddock

Leedstown

Print of original water media painting. 21cm x 12cm

Untitled No.4

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Flowers

Becky Bound

Redruth

Date Night on a Warm Summer Evening

Elizabeth Saskia Langley

Truro

Oil painting : )

Grey Area

Honor Carter

Wiltshire

One of three

Next Spring

Vicki Morley

Penzance

Another Lighthouse

Jon Old

County Durham

Daily Exercise Newlyn Gardens

Joy Elliott

Penzance

Covid Isolation 1

Rod Walker

St Levan

Untitled 3

Hana Davies

Rosudgeon

Government Furlough Scheme

Keith Brisland

Penzance

I salvaged this door from a local street

Transition (Month 4) – 2 of 3

Mark Ingram

West Midlands

Coping by renovating my motorcycle

Eye Test Crossword 3 of 3

Sean O’Sullivan

Oxfordshire

Breathe

Alison Gunn

Glasgow

Stagnation

Will Osborne

Southampton

My Garden In May – II

Gillian Craddock

Leedstown

Print of original mixed media abstract experiment

Garden Rooms

Jennifer Dagworthy

Teignmouth

Thank you for giving me the chance to create

The Ginger Tom And I

Clara Phillips

London

Copy Pattern Crysede Silk Tie

Marlene Stevens

Penzance

Locket photo of granparents Willie and Laura Batten

Head of The Son of Laocoön, After Bartolomeo Passarotti 2020

Daniel Phillips

Redruth

Record-Breaking Raspberries!

Trisha Langdon

Saltash

We Grew Mangetout

Jo Bateson

Hayle

Generated Abstract 1

Dawn Langley

Surrey

Thank you, great project

Pathways And Flower Borders

Jennifer Dagworthy

Teignmouth

Thank you for inviting me to take part

Not a Self-Portrait

John Pestle

Newlyn

Not Another Effing Book

Judy Logan

Cambridge

Dinner II

Victoria Bampfield-Hammond

Truro

Dinner and breakfast feeding of my horse was the only daily jaunt out!

Mother and Child

Nienke & Roos van Leeuwen Pearson

Penzance

Only Love and Kindness

Pink Void 3

Luke Stone

Truro

Spread A Sky

Michael Calver

Tiverton

Parasite Acorn (Oak Series 3)

Bimba Champion

London

This drawing is inspired by 250 year old oak tree at my allotment

Zooming

Soraya Smithson

Lincolnshire

Extraordinary Breath

Leslie Watson

Penzance

Sun Flowers

Jennifer Dagworthy

Teignmouth

Thank you to the team, fab idea

Running Away from Coronavirus

Valerie Canavan

St Ives

My mother Marjorie Batten was born in Newlyn

Never Trust A Door Handle

Judi Rea

Penzance

At the beginning of lockdown I fell and bruised my back on a door handle – my personal lockdown

No Evil

Alison Gunn

Glasgow

Alone

Marion Gomm

Penzance

Protest Art

W Wo

Hong Kong

These stickers were supposed to be dispatched in 2019 but after July 2020, they could be illegal

Hector And The Red Suitcase

Doreen Avenell

Suffolk

Looking forward to visiting my family in Mullion

Evolution of our Community Garden

Sonja Fairfield

Pendeen

A group effort supporting each other

Can We Play Football Today?

Christy Sayell

Oxfordshire

2020 Memories

A Shadrick

St Buryan

Selfie Obsession (1)

Marshall Somers

Helson

Sky Arts Portrait Artist Of The Week

Audrey Evans

Newlyn

This competition gave a lot of pleasure

Dramatic Lockdown Nightmare

Jill Starey

Surrey

(From her daughter. Mum kept throwing herself out of bed – dreaming of escaping)

Lockdown Haiku I

Jane Sparrow-Niang

Penzance

Thank you!!

The Evergreen Everyday

Jylly Friggens

Newcastle

Throughout lockdown I scavenged the hedgerows daily and made these

North Coast to South Coast

Charlie Knight

Madron

Ebbing I

Jo Davies

Penzance

Positive News

Soraya Smithson

Lincolnshire

Twenty Quid Unspent

Victoria Reece-Romain

Liskeard

The shops were shut and we’d gone cashless so this same £20 just sat in my wallet for 3 months

Inter Dimensional Delirium

Charlie Adamson-Hammond

Penzance

Always Look On The Brightside

Hilary Franklin

Surrey

For Sue, with love x

There is a Crack in Everything, That’s How The Light Gets In II

Marion Taylor

St Ives

This quote from Leonard Cohen seemed entirely appropriate for this series produced in lockdown. Early Drawings for the series.

Molineux Stadium, Iconic Building In Wolverhampton

Susan Carter

West Midlands

Web page: susancarterart.weebly.com.

Stay at Home

Jacky Paynter

Hampshire

Based on studies drawn in the garden during May contrasting with lockdown rules.

Unlockdown

Bill van den Ijssel

Somerset

Instagram: vandenijssel

Looking Out of My Window in Brighton

Julie Allen

Brighton

I have done life drawing classes with Andrew in the Band Room, Penzance

And The World Cried, Mary 2

Stella Benson

Penzance

Frustrated Self-Portrait In Quarantine.

Nectarios Stamatopoulos,

Athens, Greece

Athens 2020

Pandemic, Politics , Power 2

Toni Fazaeli

Leicester

The Dominic Cummings situation where politics over-rode the rules for the pandemic. I have superimposed Black Lives Matter – taking the knee and holding the arm and fist high.

This Facility Is Closed

Rieve Atkinson

St Just

Written in the Traditional Japanese form of Haibun (Prose paragraphs & Haiku)

Oak Twig (Oak Series 1)

Bimba Champion

London

This drawing is inspired by 250 year old oak tree at my allotment

Yarrow Shadows

Sarah Riseborough

Belford

Cars Picture Puzzles

Blair Todd

Penzance

As for many families, the weekly pub quiz on Zoom became a lockdown fixture

Mask

Jo Pearson

Penzance

To Stay Safe

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.

Walk, Summer

Eliza John

East Sussex

Watercolour

Bournemouth Beach – Self Distancing!

Michael Torkington

County Durham

Have not seen family or been shopping since early March – its affected us all

Pumpkin Story I

Catherine Dennis

Portreath

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

Paperboat II Imagine Me

Tracy Dovey

Hampshire

Tryptych. This really helped, being a small part of a bigger project has been so good for me / us all probably, so good luck to you lovely Newlyn

Behind The Mask

Debbie Tostevin

Dorset

NHS and proud 🙂

10 Walks

Liadin Cooke

West Yorkshire

2020

Covid Emoji

Michael Kelly

Surrey

Please!

Isy Malik

Newlyn

Sporadic Shapes #3 Abstract Shapes Series

Paige I Warrington

Falmouth

Black acrylic paintings and black card inspired by flow and freedom

Roy Paints, Perhaps the Cliffs of Hartland

Liberty Smith

Bristol

This was made by my father, Roy Collins, who painted it during lockdown, when he also began to suffer from rapid onset dementia

Edible Flowers: Borago

Sheran Dickinson

Falmouth

Saving The Bees

Shelly Tregoning

Helson

I seem to have been saving them with sugared water this summer

Me

Eimaan Bhinder

Salford

Am Asylum Seeker – still waiting

The View On My Walk

B Martin

Falmouth

I am 91 years old!

Changes (Month 5 And Now…) – 3 of 3

Mark Ingram

West Midlands

Coping by renovating my motorcycle

Lonely Lockdown Logistics

Kez Moore

Newport

9/4/2020 M5

Walking Green Lanes – Daily Exercise

Carole Jeffrey

Porthleven

Hopefully always light at the end

Easter Rising

Anna Murphy

Paul

Sea Owls 1

Jaki Knowles

Surrey

Wild Flower Garden Grow In 2020

Linda King

Hayle

Photo of wild flower patch

Key Words

Harriet Wilson

Hayle

Lockdown Loneliness

Michael Torkington

County Durham

Lockdowns been tough – 79 year old widower

Frontdoor Flowers

Penelope Young

Penzance