EXTRAORDINARY POSTCARDS
FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Hidden

Honor Carter

Wiltshire

Three of Three. The works all refer to the emotional states experienced during lockdown

Reading

John Eyers

St Hilary

Eric’s Wife

Jaki Knowles

Surrey

Grieving Family

Keith Brisland

Penzance

A Close Friend

Country Walks

Heather Woolnough

Bodmin

Checked by C

Jo Haigh

Truro

I think this adequately encapsulates my experience of, and feelings about, 2020!

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

Paula Cox

Penzance

New skill learnt in lockdown – Make oak gall ink 3

Morning Walk

Christiane Berghoff

Penzance

I started writing poetry again during lockdown

Save Lives

Jacky Paynter

Hampshire

Life – the known and the unknown

My Friends’ Hands

Becky Hoghton

Bristol

Thank you!

Rainy Day Walk

Jean McPherson

St Ives

Washing Hands

Sue Rogers

Paul

woodcut @sudearty

Lockdown – 26.3.2020 – Marazion 3

Pam Furby

New Mill

A car journey home

Dementia and the Deliberation of Death – Hazel 31.5.20 Panel 2

Jonathan Woods

Penzance

Hazel 25.6.1923 – 31.5.2020. Mother died

No Contact : Hands Lips or Eyes

Judy Logan

Cambridge

Edible Flowers: Calendula

Sheran Dickinson

Falmouth

Flowers In The Sunlight

Maddie Jones

Hayle

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

Counting

Sarah King

Totnes

Absent

Honor Carter

Wiltshire

Two of three

Rust Printed Beach Finds

Paula Cox

Penzance

New skill learnt in lockdown – Rust printing. 2

Welcome Home

Elizabeth Strachan

Kent

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

She Felt Magic

Julie Massam

Penzance

see www.juliemassam.co.uk

Ignite

Kathryn Stevens

Bristol

Oil on Canvas 127 x 101 cm

Mother and Child

Nienke & Roos van Leeuwen Pearson

Penzance

Only Love and Kindness

Umbels in The Wind

Philip Hogben

Helston

Global “Hope” 1

Pauline Bradbury

Southampton

Fish

Mike Jones

Whitecross

Lockdown has been very productive for prints

So, Do We Complement Each Other Now? Or Later?

Cuthbert Willis

Edinburgh

Escape

Jaki Marshall

Truro

From original 90cm x 60cm acrylic on MDF

Morvah Roos

Anthony Frost

Morvah

Acrylic monoprint with hand tinting. Acrylic painted on to thin plastic and then printed on to card and then hand tinted with thin acrylic

Not a Self-Portrait

John Pestle

Newlyn

Testing

Fred Dean

Heamoor

I have only just started painting since 1st April and I am 89 Years old

No Man Is An Island?

Phyllis Solis

Penzance

Molineux Stadium, Iconic Building In Wolverhampton

Susan Carter

West Midlands

Web page: susancarterart.weebly.com.

Lily Painting

Josie Moore

Warwickshire

This is one of many paintings I worked on during lockdown

Untitled 2

Hana Davies

Rosudgeon

Grief

Sue Rogers

Paul

Linocut and Biro @sudearty

Watched Netflix…

Nigel Williams

Tredavoe

Storm/Progress

Jason Hirons

Plymouth

A poem about the need for change these extraordinary times are pushing us towards

Frustrated Self-Portrait In Quarantine.

Nectarios Stamatopoulos,

Athens, Greece

Athens 2020

Marble Collage 3

Hannah Goodman

St Ives

Civic Hall

Susan Carter

West Midlands

Based on a series of paintings, again on iconic buildings in Wolverhampton

Mask

Jaki Marshall

Truro

Original 90cm x 60cm collage and gouache on hardboard

And The World Cried, Mary 5

Stella Benson

Penzance

Boatyard – Lockdown II

Victoria Burton-Davey

Praze-an-Beeble

Lockdown Lunches

Kathryn Gray

Wiltshire

Signs of the Times

Erica Hollands

Staffordshire

Made from “stuff” found around the house during lockdown. Iron wire, catalogue and paint and thread

A Lockdown Moment

Lesley Styles

Camborne

Untitled 2

J Holland

Under the Same Sun II

Georgia Parkin-Jones

Newquay

Oil on paper

Heat, Roots and Blue Seas

Dawn Barge

St Ives

Crazy World

Cray Barnes

Redruth

Head of The Son of Laocoön, After Bartolomeo Passarotti 2020

Daniel Phillips

Redruth

Godrevy Lighthouse

Kelly Maddern

Helson

Covid Isolation 1

Rod Walker

St Levan

Love Neighbour

Chris Lyon

Carbis Bay

Scarlet Runners

Sara Roberts

Falmouth

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

Walking Green Lanes – Daily Exercise

Carole Jeffrey

Porthleven

Hopefully always light at the end

Walk In The Woods

Jill Starey

Surrey

Photo of chalk drawing

Neighbourhood

Zoe Eaton

St Ives

A Colourful Bird

Eimaan Bhinder

Salford

I am a colourful bird, I love colours, colours of love, colours of flowers, colours of fruit and the colours of personal freedom. My nature is freedom BUT, I was trapped in a cage, a colourful cage of freedom, freedom of thoughts, freedom of choice, and personal freedom, but I only found detention, detention forever, detention of my soul, detention of my body. Where is freedom, is it freedom, a colourful cage of fake freedom

Harisina Looking Over the Top of a Cornish Hedge

Ann Haycock

Penzance

Lockdown walks just 5 minutes from my home became so much more interesting after Harisina’s arrival

Svart Hull (Black Hole) – a puzzle

Mons Dordisson

Oslo

I love the geometric compass my teacher gave me when I finally got to go to school again. Mons, 12

Record-Breaking Raspberries!

Trisha Langdon

Saltash

Evolution of our Community Garden

Sonja Fairfield

Pendeen

A group effort supporting each other

Face Mask

Marcelle Hanselaar

London

This says it all!

Still Life, Inside

Vivienne Tregenza Reid

Penzance

Serendipity #2

Amelia Penhaligon

Illogan

Negative space · spontaneous mark making · printmaking · layered monoprint · shape, pattern and texture · colour composition. Amelia used her hands and fingers for this postcard.

Tell Me, What Is It You Plan to Do With Your One Wild and Precious Life? 3

Anna Logan

Falmouth

Quotation: Mary Oliver

Garden For Plague Lovers 1 – Herbs For Respiration

Annie Ingram

West Midlands

The Tide Rises Silently VIII

Andrew Hinton

London

I used some materials in the studio found before lockdown to make a major new piece of work

Virus in My House

Keith Brisland

Penzance

We’re On The Road To Nowhere

Kathryn Stevens

Bristol

Cosmos

Sarah Riseborough

Belford

Sunset Surf

Naomi Eastman

St Erth

Another Long Walk

Tereza Horacek

St Austell

Horsefly

Mark Nicholls

Penzance

On long local walks after lockdown, had a few bites from these critters

Escaping Lockdown

Rachel Edmunds

Somerset

I didn’t think to prime the paper or paint it on oil paper until after I’d done it!

Separated by Covid

Puya Mirkarimi

Newcastle Upon Tyne

My girlfriend looks better in real life (soz Triff)

Too Much Reliance

Trisha Langdon

Saltash

Swan

Jane Michell

St Buryan

Experimenting with lino, stamps and blocks

Coffee

Catherine Hawkins

Greater Manchester

A small pleasure

After Exams In Durham

Triphena Axworthy

Bude

Changes (Month 5 And Now…) – 3 of 3

Mark Ingram

West Midlands

Coping by renovating my motorcycle

Inter Dimensional Delirium

Charlie Adamson-Hammond

Penzance

The Day Before He Died

Graham Russell

Penzance

Escape 3

Jane Fulford

Nottinghamshire

GarretStudio.etsy.com

Up Mulfra Quoit

Charlie Knight

Madron

Hope Is A Thing With Feathers (Emily Dickinson)

Kate Tunstall

Huddersfield

Drawn with a rainbow pencil

Angel Of The South West

Yvonne Hingston

Falmouth

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/

A Social Distance

Roy Perry

St Just

Textile Ideas 3. Block Printed

Jane Michell

St Buryan

Behind The Mask

Debbie Tostevin

Dorset

NHS and proud 🙂

Communicating With The World

Sue Lewis

Portreath

Untitled No.5

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Time To Read!

Rosemarie Eccleston

Penryn

Just a selection and I haven’t finished them all!

Rhys

Rosie Kliskey

Penzance

Shot on Grandad’s compact digi camera

Vin Covid

Michael Kelly

Surrey