EXTRAORDINARY POSTCARDS
FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

Burning of The Clocks

Ruth Hawe

West Sussex

Harisina Playing in Penlee Park

Ann Haycock

Penzance

At the end of lockdown I travelled into Penzance. A newfound freedown for Harisina and myself

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Hana Davies

Rosudgeon

Things to Do in Lockdown

Clive Heritage-Tilley

St Buryan

Dressing up to go down the shop

Knitting In The Garden

Heather Woolnough

Bodmin

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Abigail Archdale

Hayle

BLM

Ruby Chandler

London

Sun Flowers

Jennifer Dagworthy

Teignmouth

Thank you to the team, fab idea

Dignity

Arthur Hulett Blackstock

Newlyn

Easter Rising

Anna Murphy

Paul

Lockdown – Not Going Down

Miriam Harper

Brighton

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

Things To Do in Lockdown II

Clive Heritage Tilley

St Buryan

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

2 Meeters

John Eyers

Penzance

Rising Balloons In Rainbows

Jesse Manzi

Hertfordshire

Causeway to St Michael’s Mount

Pip Barfield

Constantine

Had a lovely day at Marazion, taking photos of rusty rings in the stone causeway. Found beach plastic for cottage. Sunshine & sand!

Sorting Out The Kindling Ready For Winter

Michael Donnelly

Gloucestershire

Finding Order

Sofie Boons

London

Zoom

Therese Oxley

Hayle

Susan’s Story

Delpha Hudson

Penzance

This is part of a series of watercolour and ink ‘lockdown’ stories; a series painted for people during lockdown, using their stories

Face The Truth

Ruth Hawe

West Sussex

Green Grid

Peter Giles

St Ives

Lockdown evolution!

And The World Cried, Mary 4

Stella Benson

Penzance

Eye Test Crossword 3 of 3

Sean O’Sullivan

Oxfordshire

F**k the Clock

Emma Lindsay

Norfolk

Social Distance Dodging

Ruth Collett

North Yorkshire

Lockdown visual diary > iPad

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!

Bling Ring

Patricia

Brea

I made this for my daughter – silver with amethyst

I Wish You Were Here…

Pamela Storey

Cheshire

Watercolour – Acrylic Lettering

Shoreline Treasures

Charlie Thwaites

County Durham

The beach has been my freedom during lockdown

A Seafood Ocean Extract

Charlie Adamson-Hammond

Penzance

A Feather Found On A Walk

Sue Lewis

Redruth

Photographic Transfer (Missing P.P.E)

Judith Kerr

Lamorna

Nine of Spades in Red, Yellow and Blue

Jill Temporal

South Yorkshire

During lockdown I accepted a project of art prompts, one such prompt was my reaction to the nine of spades.

Strength and Hope in Honeycomb

Gita V. Langston

London

It’s important to feel and share hope – now more than ever

Late July, Barley Growing Alongside The White Horse Trail

Jonathan Parnham

Wiltshire

Towards the end of lockdown, I decided to continue to walk and paint plein air along the White Horse Trail to capture the changing seasons over a full year.

The Small Hours

Katie Lennon

Newlyn

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

Playing Poker While The Garden Grows

Henry Holcombe

East Sussex

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…

Covid Isolation 2

Rod Walker

St Levan

The Views I Miss

Amy Almeida

Norfolk

Untitled No.4

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Ringlet Butterfly Of Hayle

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Working At Home…

Nigel Williams

Tredavoe

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.

Mask!

Clare Glanfield

Penzance

Memories from Marlene (Nee Paynter) My Dad 1

Marlene Stevens

Penzance

So This Is What We Did

Debra Shipley

Norfolk

See also Zoe Shipley “I’m Learning Japanese” and Debra Shipley “Food For Covid”

Vin Covid

Michael Kelly

Surrey

The Day Before He Died

Graham Russell

Penzance

4pm Wine

Sophie Harding

Penzance

Drinking wine was brought forward during lockdown

Social Distanced Visit To Mum & Dad

Nikki Starey

Surrey

Photo of oil pastels

Changes (Month 5 And Now…) – 3 of 3

Mark Ingram

West Midlands

Coping by renovating my motorcycle

Storm/Progress

Jason Hirons

Plymouth

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

Rescue

Therese Oxley

Hayle

John Thomas Blight, 1835-1911

Derek Hodgson

London

Cornish artist, engraver, antiquarian and author

We Love Key-Workers

Archie Culley

Hayle

Running Away from Coronavirus

Valerie Canavan

St Ives

My mother Marjorie Batten was born in Newlyn

Dramatic Lockdown Nightmare

Jill Starey

Surrey

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

Social Isolation

Melissa Morse

Newlyn

Looking Out

Anna Calleja

Malta

This is a self portrait looking out from the balcony where I was in mandatory quarantine

Trefusis Point – Humid

Susan Bovington

Falmouth

Acrylic

Signs of the Times

Erica Hollands

Staffordshire

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

Maenporth

Stephanie Thomason

Falmouth

Bournemouth Beach – Self Distancing!

Michael Torkington

County Durham

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

I Wonder If There’s A School Of Unlearning

Amelia Graham

Newquay

Lockdown Doodling

Ralph Oswick

Bath

Leaper Owl on Plinth 2

Jaki Knowles

Surrey

Beachy Sea

Zenna Roose

St Columb Major

Days Out At The Beach

Mother and Child

Nienke & Roos van Leeuwen Pearson

Penzance

Only Love and Kindness

Leaper Owl on Plinth 3

Jaki Knowles

Surrey

All The Houses

Flo Sibley

Penzance

Regimen

Katie Lennon

Newlyn

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

Ice Cream At The Tin Tabernacle – Hythe

Monty & Me

Kent

Yarrow Shadows

Lucy Hawkins

Somerset

Painted in socially isolated caravan whilst visiting family not seen in a while

Country Walks

Heather Woolnough

Bodmin

Sequential

Ben Chapman

Bristol

Natural Remedies

John Pestle

Newlyn

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

Marion Taylor

St Ives

This quote from Leonard Cohen seemed entirely appropriate for this series produced in lockdown. These were the beginning.

Infection Control

Jo Pearson

Penzance

To Stay Safe

Filing System

Peter Giles

St Ives

Lockdown development trying to find calm!

Eye Test Crossword (Across) 2 of 3

Sean O’Sullivan

Oxfordshire

Zoom T’Ai Chi

Sue Platt

Plymouth

Lockdown Collage

Rupert Loydell

Devoran

Homemade Tomato Soup

Sophie Harding

Penzance

Nourishment to lift the spirit during a pandemic

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Anonymous

Redruth

Briony Had A New Look

Clare Glanfield

Penzance

Travel Restrictions

Helen

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!

Skype Storytime

Sue Platt

Plymouth

For Bella and Huey

Morning Walk

Christiane Berghoff

Penzance

I started writing poetry again during lockdown

Late March, Wiltshire Walk, White Horse Trail

Jonathan Parnham

Wiltshire

My lockdown walks along the White Horse Trail, Wiltshire has inpired me to paint the location ‘plein air’

Walk, Summer

Eliza John

East Sussex

Watercolour

Garden For Plague Lovers 1 – Herbs For Respiration

Annie Ingram

West Midlands

Trefusis Point – Mizzle

Susan Bovington

Falmouth

Acrylic

Covid Veg 3

Lyn Wait

York

…Nobody’s perfect

Sunshine Is After Rain

Kayleigh Charmen

Hayle

Desserts Picture Puzzles

Blair Todd

Penzance

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

Conversation (With Social Distance)

Stephen Thompson

Kent

Oil on Card