Congratulations! We’re already at Week 8 of our pandemic art gallery.
Every Saturday, “06880” highlights readers’ creativity. Professional, amateur, old, young — you send us your paintings, collages, sketches, photos, sculptures, chalkwork, cartoons, whatever.
The only rule: It must be inspired by, reflective of, or otherwise related to the times we’re going through.
After 2 months, we’re still going strong. Keep the submissions coming (including students, of any grade!). Just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Scream 2020,” painting (Norm Siegel)
“Close and Separate” (Lawrence Gordon)
“My Bedroom Window Haiku” (Diane Lowman)
“Spring is Inevitable” (Werner Liepolt)
“Isolation” (Leslie Beatus)
(Tess Feldman, age 13)
“Back and Forth on the Same Street” (Joyce Landon)
Sidewalk art (Tom Haberstroh)
“Absence of Truth in Our Critical Time of Need” (Miggs Burroughs and Mark Yurkiw)
“Floral Distancing” (Judith Marks-White)
“We Are All Interconnected,” handmade beaded necklace (Amy Schneider)
“Guard Dog” (Karen Weingarten)
Hand-sewn masks in production (Amanda Kuster)
“Seeing What I’ve Known, and Seeing an Unknown Future,” collage and acrylic (Bevi Bullwinkel)