We had lots of time to catch up on some great T.V.
Things To Do in Lockdown II
Clive Heritage Tilley
Try to open the fridge quickly to check the light’s gone off
In The Lockdown Frame Zoom Time!
Spending a lot more time on screen
A Mask. So Many Masks.
Lockdown has been very productive for prints
Has Covid-19 Put You on the Spot..?
A Lockdown To-do
Photographic Transfer (Where Are They Now)
Dramatic Lockdown Nightmare
(From her daughter. Mum kept throwing herself out of bed – dreaming of escaping)
1st Intrusion: Norwegian Form
Made during the early years of lockdown. It felt that I was living in a Hyperreal world
Zoom T’Ai Chi
Still Life, Inside
Vivienne Tregenza Reid
My life is a fine balance between the domestic inside and the natural world outside
Being hyper-aware of what’s in my peripheral vision has taken priority over forward vision
The Future Is Bright
The world is pretty grim right now, but I know there’s a hopeful future awaiting us all!
Completing my Master’s Degree
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Freedom – No Longer In A Lonely Place
Roy Perry & Lisa Wagner
Study in pencil and water colour for a still life of plastic spheres and horses with furze stems.
Cornish for Community
This is one of iPad drawings > Visual Lockdown Diary
Springtime Coming in Lockdown Time
Berries With Berries
Isolde is 22 months old and painted this with blackberries
South Zawn In Lockdown
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
Man Knitting, May 26 2020
Each day in may I drew my husband for 1 minute knitting
Not a Self-Portrait
Thinking about the uses of masks: Protection, entertainment, disguise, performance
Not Another Effing Book
Blooming Marvellous Clematis – best blooms in spite of lockdown
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
Boatyard – Lockdown I
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
It is so important to me that my 90 years old mother thrives
This is a Japanese haiku. It is inspired by Issa’s style of humour
Behind The Mask
NHS and proud 🙂
Covid Veg 1
Textile Ideas 3. Block Printed
1st July 2020, HK
Extraordinary time in HK during Covid 19 pandemic
From Pond To Fire Pit
From a visit to S.E. Asia 2018. Happier times!
During lockdown my drawings developed
Two Metre Dining
Woman And Blue Cat
Gulval: A Quiet Road and its Hedgerow
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
Mousehole Captain James Blast Out To Sea
Love this project work
The Optimist’s Way
This has come out darker than the original!
The intensity of living… everything has become to the power of Covid 19
Under the Canopy
Found Things I
Food For Covid
No Moment in Time
Loved doing this – too large for the envelope….
Corona Lives #2
From 11.4.20 Based on patterns on a wall I discovered near where I live on my daily walk
One Walk A Day
This was painted with blackberries!
10 prints sent out via Instagram in exchange for a donation to a food bank
Acrylic and mixed media on authentic vintage used postcards
Spinning Top III
Black Lives Matter
I made this for my son to wear to the BLM rally in London
3 Way Conversation
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
Unapologetic Woman (1 of 2)
A Feather Found On A Walk
Crisis II : Famine, Fever, Drought
How the global south is worse affected
Conversation (With Social Distance)
Oil on Card
the Coming Storm
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
Creative activities became even more important to me during lockdown
York, 18th July, 12:30-1:30 (Overcast, Light Drizzle to Steady Rain)
(Cyanotype) Shall we talk about the weather?
Taking The Time To Smell The Flowers. Wild Bluebells
Screenprint Spring/Summer 2020
Bournemouth Beach – Self Distancing!
Have not seen family or been shopping since early March – its affected us all
Lockdown Haiku III
To Stay Safe
Lockdown gave me the time to enjoy my garden and grow beans for the first time!
Listening To Hendrix Making Art
The Many Faces of Buster Wood
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.
Too Much Time Looking in the Mirror
A12 – 11.47am
What would it look like if you could see the air around us?
Our World in Lockdown
Thank you – great idea for the exhibition
The Battle outside rages
The Rabbit Of Always
To Stay Safe
Goldilocks and the Dozy Afternoon
Elizabeth Saskia Langley
Bored and in need of a snooze, the dog bed was just right…