a curated e-gallery
Welcome to our first e-gallery! We had over 85 submissions for our first exhibition in response to the theme of quarantine and have selected work from 36 artists from all over the globe; showcasing pieces from the UK, USA, Israel, Russia, Italy, France and India.
Yael barlev - watercolour
Yael barlev - watercolour
My Corona work is about attacking and defeating the scary predators. Water colors on paper.
Francesca mcbride - poem
I love to explore the nuances of human behaviour in my work, with a particular focus on youth attitudes and issues.
Yaron Rosner - Painting
I’m a multidisciplinary artist based in New York
Currently quarantined in France eating chocolate .
karin Perez - digital art
I am a multidisciplinary artist, designer and a former professional dancer.
Niamh murphy - his dog left more traces behind than he did
Adam courting - 18
I've been writing daily (at last!) and looking for different ways to challenge myself. The monologue is always a nice way to experiment with refining technique and structure.
Nava lee-tal - 4 paintings
eran gal - photograph
I am a photographer and a product designer living in Tel-Aviv Israel.
Rab Green - Send To
Linda Crate - They're just
My work comes from a very raw, vulnerable place and is always something special to me whose message I hope can touch others.
I was writing daily haikus for a 'Quaran-tober' challenge and this project allowed me the opportunity to play with developing more.
Adam courting - haiku (or six.)
LELE BAIARDI - BABY CAN I HOLD YOU
ROSIE WHARTON - PAINTING
I thought of the coronavirus I was controlling people and their behaviour, hence the puppet strings.
KEN PREUSS - MEL: A PHOBIA
I’m a Florida-based playwright & teacher.
nava Lee Tal - Painting
Paul McDonnell - Samuel Beckett Head
My interests lie in capturing and crystallising a story, a transition from ethereal to an embodied object.
Christine Foster - mud stars
Michal Hartal - Drawings
My practice spans from editorial work, published in magazines, through personal-derived series of paintings.
Paige Zubel - Remember to listen
Paige Zubel (she/her) is a Philadelphia-based playwright, dramaturg, and producer.
A comics artist, illustrator & musician
Georgia Taylor - locked down n ready 2 party
Dana Barlev - 2 Paintings
Amlanjyoti Goswami - how to make Soap
'How to make soap' is art, necessity and invention. It blends aesthetics and utility, like the old Japanese masters. It is head, heart and hand.
Judit Hollos - Death In Quarantine
My piece is a combination of monologue and haibun, a Japanese genre at the intersection of poetry and short prose, as well as it is a tribute to Bergman's wonderful, iconic 1957 film, „The Seventh Seal”.
Haimi Fenichel - Homebox
Israeli sculptor creating sculptures that are informed by the forms, styles, and materials of early modernist architecture in Israel.
Phoebe Hyder - Shadow Puppetry
The piece uses shadow puppetry- Im interested in exploring what negative print leave behind and how this can be used to bring the fairytale into the real world.
Dwayne Lancey - My Time To Shine
I wrote a short play about the pandemic. I could tell you about here, but why not read it for yourself and draw your own conclusions?
Becky Kerly - we Still Revolve
Rebecca Rae - Things I Have To Face
Things I have to face - Inspired by advice to prevent contracting COVID19, the piece explores the many ways in which I regularly touch my face - for vanity, sanity and comfort - and how isolation has me questioning whether I truly want to be alone.
George Craig - Beatboxing
Playfair Display is a sophisticated font with tall, imposing letters. It's ideal for titles, headlines and short blocks of copy - like a product description.
Natasha Mula - Sonnet COVID-19
Exploring the feelings of isolation and longing brought on by quarantine succinctly was actually quite liberating.
A poetical depiction of the current dialectical ramble that occurs on the hour every hour between 'the submissive citizen of reality' and 'the self proclaimed revolutionary of the potential truth'.
ESFIR ZEYGER - Painting
Some days may feel like mud days, but if you try
you might see stars in the strangest places.
This song is essentially an ode to stillness. There is a subtle irony in how we find calm in chaotic times.
Rachael Carnes - An Abundance of Caution
"An Abundance of Caution" explores the inherent absurdity of our new videoconferencing reality.
Laura Tita - Quarantine
My writing allows me to house multiple thinking trains, one could say even multiple personalities.
Max Wilkinson - Greta Thunburg and The Seagull
Max loves to write dramas about characters trying to navigate in an increasingly absurd world, and fascinated with the blurred line between performance and theatre.
Martha Patterson - No Argument With Possibility
Niamh Murphy - Paddy's Day Out
Martha Patterson - Sleep instead of zooming
The COVID-19 quarantine hasn't affected me terribly as I'm something of a recluse and am house-bound anyway, but I know it does affect many and they have my sympathies!
Tulika - Drawing