EXTRAORDINARY POSTCARDS
FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Virus in My House

Keith Brisland

Penzance

Time Waits

Alison Gunn

Glasgow

Guilt Free T.V.

Debra Hankins

Newlyn

We had lots of time to catch up on some great T.V.

Things To Do in Lockdown II

Clive Heritage Tilley

St Buryan

Try to open the fridge quickly to check the light’s gone off

Home

Sarah Hill

Northants

In The Lockdown Frame Zoom Time!

Angelo Pizzigallo

Kent

Spending a lot more time on screen

A Mask. So Many Masks.

Sue Lewis

Portreath

Fish

Mike Jones

Whitecross

Lockdown has been very productive for prints

Has Covid-19 Put You on the Spot..?

Simon Ringrose

Oxfordshire

Pirate styles

Unanswered Questions

Victoria Reece-Romain

Liskeard

Hinterland

Gilla Evans

Penzance

A Lockdown To-do

Rachael Coward

Truro

Photographic Transfer (Where Are They Now)

Judith Kerr

Lamorna

Dramatic Lockdown Nightmare

Jill Starey

Surrey

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

1st Intrusion: Norwegian Form

Ann Haycock

Penzance

Made during the early years of lockdown. It felt that I was living in a Hyperreal world

Zoom T’Ai Chi

Sue Platt

Plymouth

Still Life, Inside

Vivienne Tregenza Reid

Penzance

Beach Bubble

Cathie Ashley

Penzance

My life is a fine balance between the domestic inside and the natural world outside

Personally Peripheral

Gill Cooke

Penzance

Being hyper-aware of what’s in my peripheral vision has taken priority over forward vision

Hedgerow Harvest

Alice Ockwell

Porkellis

Watched Netflix…

Nigel Williams

Tredavoe

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!

Isolated

John Eyers

St Hilary

Completing my Master’s Degree

Puya Mirkarimi

Newcastle Upon Tyne

Freedom – No Longer In A Lonely Place

Phyllis Solis

Penzance

Next Spring

Vicki Morley

Penzance

Solitude

Roy Perry & Lisa Wagner

St Just

Study in pencil and water colour for a still life of plastic spheres and horses with furze stems.

Untitled 3

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Kemeneth

Kayna Macaulay

Perranuthnoe

Cornish for Community

Night Boat

Hana Davies

Rosudgeon

Travel Restrictions

Helen

Flying Eye

Ruth Collett

North Yorkshire

This is one of iPad drawings > Visual Lockdown Diary

Social Group

Zoe Eaton

St Ives

Springtime Coming in Lockdown Time

Sara Owen

St Austell

Berries With Berries

Isolde Thomason

Falmouth

Isolde is 22 months old and painted this with blackberries

South Zawn In Lockdown

Suzi Stephens

Pendeen

From the start of lockdown. The Cornish clifftops became a refuge – there I find peace of mind in being with nature, painting the beauty and pureness of it

Untitled No.4

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Social Isolation

Melissa Morse

Newlyn

Man Knitting, May 26 2020

Ann Kelley

St Ives

Each day in may I drew my husband for 1 minute knitting

10 Walks

Liadin Cooke

West Yorkshire

2020

Not a Self-Portrait

John Pestle

Newlyn

The Performer

Janet Sainsbury

Exeter

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

Not Another Effing Book

Judy Logan

Cambridge

Blooming Marvellous Clematis – best blooms in spite of lockdown

Clare Oborne

Kent

Coastal Pathways

Pip Barfield

Constantine

I walked many parts of the local S.W. coast path during lockdown. These images are in my mind. Collected bits of china in the fields too!

Me, Myself & I

Anonymous

Redruth

Boatyard – Lockdown I

Victoria Burton-Davey

Praze-an-Beeble

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

My Ipad

Jayshree Boot

North Yorkshire

It is so important to me that my 90 years old mother thrives

Stork

Iona Mandal

Birmingham

This is a Japanese haiku. It is inspired by Issa’s style of humour

Behind The Mask

Debbie Tostevin

Dorset

NHS and proud 🙂

Covid Veg 1

Lyn Wait

York

…Nobody’s perfect

Textile Ideas 3. Block Printed

Jane Michell

St Buryan

1st July 2020, HK

Winnie Chan

Exeter

Extraordinary time in HK during Covid 19 pandemic

From Pond To Fire Pit

Kim Hobbs

Bristol

Tropical Memories

Jacqueline Ensor

Saltash

From a visit to S.E. Asia 2018. Happier times!

My Corona!

Peter Giles

St Ives

During lockdown my drawings developed

Quality

Sue Watt

Cardiff

Two Metre Dining

Phyllis Solis

Penzance

Woman And Blue Cat

Jacqueline Jones

Mid Glamorgan

Gulval: A Quiet Road and its Hedgerow

Ann Haycock

Penzance

The roads were uncannily quiet, no cars. The hedgerows with summer growth seemed to be even more beautiful than normal

Dreams Of A Big Open Space

Paula Berks

Falmouth

Thank you

Mousehole Captain James Blast Out To Sea

Zoe Wilton

Mount Hawke

Love this project work

The Optimist’s Way

Lesley Styles

Camborne

This has come out darker than the original!

Pandemic Equation

Pamela Storey

Cheshire

The intensity of living… everything has become to the power of Covid 19

Under the Canopy

Rachael Coward

Truro

Found Things I

Julia Worth

Wiltshire

Food For Covid

Debra Shipley

Norfolk

No Moment in Time

Laurence Sutherland

Townshend

Loved doing this – too large for the envelope….

Corona Lives #2

Augusta Chandler

London

From 11.4.20 Based on patterns on a wall I discovered near where I live on my daily walk

One Walk A Day

Stephanie Thomason

Falmouth

This was painted with blackberries!

Unititled 2020

Caroline Wilkins

Redruth

10 prints sent out via Instagram in exchange for a donation to a food bank

Hell’s Mouth

Kit Johns

Helson

Acrylic and mixed media on authentic vintage used postcards

Spinning Top III

Will Calver

Kent

Black Lives Matter

Patricia

Brea

I made this for my son to wear to the BLM rally in London

3 Way Conversation

Zoe Eaton

St Ives

Pathway 2

Claire Morris-Wright

Northants

Based on a lichen-covered path built in 1940’s 2nd W.W. as a peri path to runway. Overgrown and rewilded by nature. Cracks forming with new growth, lichens, moss, plants.

Rainbows Of Hope

Leslie Hand

Falmouth

Unapologetic Woman (1 of 2)

Melanie Potter

Plymouth

A Feather Found On A Walk

Sue Lewis

Redruth

Crisis II : Famine, Fever, Drought

Ruth Urbanowicz

Brighton

How the global south is worse affected

Conversation (With Social Distance)

Stephen Thompson

Kent

Oil on Card

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.

In My Studio

Josie Moore

Warwickshire

Creative activities became even more important to me during lockdown

York, 18th July, 12:30-1:30 (Overcast, Light Drizzle to Steady Rain)

Alun Kirby

York

(Cyanotype) Shall we talk about the weather?

Taking The Time To Smell The Flowers. Wild Bluebells

Rowena Rees

Ludgvan

Screenprint Spring/Summer 2020

Bournemouth Beach – Self Distancing!

Michael Torkington

County Durham

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

Lockdown Haiku III

Jane Sparrow-Niang

Penzance

Infection Control

Jo Pearson

Penzance

To Stay Safe

Scarlet Runners

Sara Roberts

Falmouth

Lockdown gave me the time to enjoy my garden and grow beans for the first time!

Listening To Hendrix Making Art

Bodie Graham

Newquay

The Many Faces of Buster Wood

Annelie Wood

Redruth

We lost our beloved cat at the start of the lockdown and it broke our hearts. He was 18 years old. This is to commemorate all the type of cats he was.

Still Here

John Eyers

St Hilary

Too Much Time Looking in the Mirror

Judy Logan

Cambridge

A12 – 11.47am

Anna Boland

Torquay

What would it look like if you could see the air around us?

Our World in Lockdown

Jo Bateson

Hayle

Thank you – great idea for the exhibition

The Battle outside rages

Michael Palmer

Surrey

www.michaelpalmerstudio.com

The Rabbit Of Always

Lois Lysyj

West Sussex

Stay Away

Jo Pearson

Penzance

To Stay Safe

Goldilocks and the Dozy Afternoon

Elizabeth Saskia Langley

Truro

Bored and in need of a snooze, the dog bed was just right…