ISOLATION ART

Our members respond to the COVID-19 crisis by remaining positive and creative
For more information and how to contribute, go here

A mixture of collage, watercolour, graphite and ink. On watercolour paper 24cm x 32cm

This is a mixed media piece I did during my quarantine due to having had a nasty encounter with COVID19 

A very reflective piece inspired by an online class run by Toni Burt

Cheryl Lavender
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I am fortunate to be living on a rural property so am able to get out in the fresh air every day. My only company are the cows, but a trip to town for supplies is a welcome diversion.

Dianne Pope
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Dianne and Royce have created these two friends during lockdown. Here we have Corona reading a book while her son Covid happily plays on the swing. Brilliant ! 

Judy Connors

Elephant Stack

Mixed media

 

Hawk Eyed

Mixed media

 

I'm coping well...daily  walks then  coffee and pottering around in my art room and with my plants that I love. Board games help also.

I hope everyone else is managing to fill in their days ok.

Greg Danvers
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Road to Stroud
Acrylic ink/ paint
COVID-19 Visits Our Town
Acrylic ink/paint

The Isolation period seems infinite at present. Having fun in front of the easel is a great way to 'centre ones thoughts' and enjoy this 'isolation' as best we can.

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Toby Solomon
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Gardening has become a focus during isolation. Thankfully the weather has made this possible. 

Bruce Read

Bruce has been prolific during isolation producing high quality work.

He has had a visit from his grandchildren who delighted him when they returned from the garden searching for ingredients for a COVID-19 cure

Dungog Arts Society - 266 Dowling St, Dungog 

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