EXTRAORDINARY POSTCARDS
FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

The Entertainer

Janet Sainsbury

Exeter

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

Positive News

Soraya Smithson

Lincolnshire

Stay at Home

Jacky Paynter

Hampshire

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

Communicating With The World

Sue Lewis

Portreath

Hand in Day

Elizabeth Saskia Langley

Truro

People can find me on @elizabethsaskialangley on Instagram

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.

Personally Peripheral

Gill Cooke

Penzance

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

Always Look On The Brightside

Hilary Franklin

Surrey

For Sue, with love x

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…

Seeds For Change I

Amanda Slade

Penzance

During lockdown I became obsessed with these humble wild plants for their fragility and their tenacity

Bang The Virus Came

Iris Holmes

Shropshire

This what some of us do, like eat, sleep, buy masks and keep safe from Covid

My Ipad

Jayshree Boot

North Yorkshire

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

Misty Walk On Hayle Beach 27.5.20

Linda King

Hayle

Photo of almost empty beach, with mist drifting continually

Hurt

Graham Daniels

Oxfordshire

“She weeps for the earth”

Back (comb) In The Day

Leslie Hand

Falmouth

Face Mask

Marcelle Hanselaar

London

This says it all!

Coast

Kathryn Stevens

Bristol

Reflection

Myfanwy Barrett

Penzance

Very therapeutic!

And The World Cried, Mary 2

Stella Benson

Penzance

Selfie Obsession (2)

Marshall Somers

Helson

Rescue

Therese Oxley

Hayle

Rainy Day Walk

Jean McPherson

St Ives

Zoom Meeting

Charlotte Horner

Breage

Charlotte has Down Syndrome and her Zoom meetings have been a lifeline during lockdown.

From Pond To Fire Pit

Kim Hobbs

Bristol

Memories of My Father, Douglas Haig Paynter 2

Marlene Stevens

Penzance

Landscape of a Fevered Mind

Sara Owen

St Austell

Lockdown – 26.3.2020 – Marazion 2

Pam Furby

New Mill

A car journey home

No Man Is An Island?

Phyllis Solis

Penzance

1st Intrusion: Norwegian Form

Ann Haycock

Penzance

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

Lockdown Self Portrait

Andrew Hinton

London

Got my head around a technique I’ve known about for decades

Distancing

John Eyers

Penzance

Black Lives Matter

Patricia

Brea

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

Green

Cuthbert Willis

Edinburgh

Freedom

Annelie Wood

Redruth

Equality, freedom to be who you are without predjudice or hate.

Untitled I

Hana Davies

Rosudgeon

Untitled No.3

Maddie Jones

Hayle

Wrecked

Kathryn Stevens

Bristol

122 x 167.5 cm

MMXX – Waltz for 2020

Matt Thomason

Falmouth

Composed on a postcard

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/

Global “Hope” 3

Pauline Bradbury

Southampton

Thank You!

Lockdown Haiku III

Jane Sparrow-Niang

Penzance

Escape

Jaki Marshall

Truro

From original 90cm x 60cm acrylic on MDF

NHS RULES!!

George Gwinear

Hayle

Little Green Tomato

Faith Constantine

Modbury

No Moment in Time

Laurence Sutherland

Townshend

Loved doing this – too large for the envelope….

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

Queue

Sarah Hill

Northants

The Point..Observing the Point..Lost the Point..Search for the Point.. Finding the Point

Laurie Finestone

Penzance

Clapping Hands

Sue Rogers

Paul

Woodcut @sudearty

Untitled

Janet McWilliam

Surrey

Materials: acrylic

Homemade Tomato Soup

Sophie Harding

Penzance

Nourishment to lift the spirit during a pandemic

Generated abstract 3

Dawn Langley

Surrey

Crazy World

Cray Barnes

Redruth

A Lockdown Moment

Lesley Styles

Camborne

Rust Printed Beach Finds

Paula Cox

Penzance

New skill learnt in lockdown – Rust printing. 2

Hiking Lover

Carmen Cheung

Hong Kong

A little rest goes a long way

I Miss Your Beautiful Face

Pamela Storey

Cheshire

Pencil , Charcoal, Pastel

Flowers and Blue

Jo Willis

Falmouth

Silk Purse

Marlene Stevens

Penzance

Thankyou for bringing a lovely idea to people

The New Normal

Shaz Bridgeman

Penzance

Made with fineliner, watercolour, marker

Together

Sue Watt

Cardiff

For those we lost in lockdown

And The World Cried, Mary 3

Stella Benson

Penzance

During and After Lockdown (in cross stitch)

Valerie Canavan

St Ives

My mother Marjorie Batten was born in Newlyn

Even This View Palls

Melissa Morse

Newlyn

Magic Circles – Monoprint/collage

Angela Elsom

Hampshire

New art – time to experiment and make ‘magic circles’ every day

Dahlia

Sarah Hill

Northants

Bought packets at the beginning of lockdown and watching them grow has been so rewarding

The Views I Miss

Amy Almeida

Norfolk

Covid Walk 2 Marazion Beach

Julie Massam

Penzance

It’s about discovering the history of HMS Warsprite when on a walk. See www.juliemassam.co.uk

Re-bel Re-spond Rewild

Ruth Hawe

West Sussex

Make Time To Be Creative

Helen Bishop

Illogan

This represents my new skill learned lockdown – laser cut wood designs

Burning of The Clocks

Ruth Hawe

West Sussex

Garden Rooms

Jennifer Dagworthy

Teignmouth

Thank you for giving me the chance to create

Next Spring

Vicki Morley

Penzance

Boatyard – Lockdown III

Victoria Burton-Davey

Praze-an-Beeble

Ponty impersonating Michel De Montaigne (Summer 2020)

Christopher Green

Gulval

Best wishes for the show!

Towards the Bantham at High Tide

Ellie Verrecchia

Torquay

Thank you for organising this project!

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!

Enough Now

Viv Mckee

Warwickshire

Let’s remove 2020 from our memory

2020 Vision

Jane Fulford

Nottinghamshire

The everyday deadly… GarretStudio.etsy.com

Captain Sir Tom Moore

Valerie Canavan

St Ives

My mother Marjorie Batten was born in Newlyn

Corona Lives #5

Augusta Chandler

London

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

Dreams Of A Big Open Space

Paula Berks

Falmouth

Thank you

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

Taking Time To Smell The Flowers. Wild Foxgloves

Rowena Rees

Ludgvan

Screenprint Spring/Summer 2020

Garden For Plague Lovers 3 – The Apothecary Rose

Annie Ingram

West Midlands

Checked by C

Jo Haigh

Truro

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

Innovate Now

Sofie Boons

Croydon

Witness Visit

Clive Jeffery

Porthleven

Jehovah’s Witness encounter pre-lockdown suggested I read this. During lockdown it made me think what the future for our planet is.

Too Much Information!

June Prunty

London

Beachyness

Hayden Roose

St Columb Major

Back Yard

Lamorna Tregenza Reid

Penzance

Frustrated Self-Portrait In Quarantine.

Nectarios Stamatopoulos,

Athens, Greece

Athens 2020

Leaper Owl on Plinth 3

Jaki Knowles

Surrey

Parasite Acorn (Oak Series 3)

Bimba Champion

London

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

1st July 2020, HK

Winnie Chan

Exeter

Extraordinary time in HK during Covid 19 pandemic

Trefusis Point – Windy

Susan Bovington

Falmouth

Acrylic

Lockdown Easing – Back On The Beach

Margaret Deans

Praa Sands

Sea of freedom

I Miss Your Touch

Sharp

Newlyn

Your 3/4 Sharp-artist.com

The Battle outside rages

Michael Palmer

Surrey

www.michaelpalmerstudio.com

Things To Do in Lockdown II

Clive Heritage Tilley

St Buryan

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