The coronavirus crisis continues — and Westporters continue to make art.
Once again, we’ve got all kinds in our Saturday gallery: photos, watercolors, paintings, acrylic, chalk messages and more. Each week, our readers show us their creativity and spirit; each week, we gain insights into their moods.
And our own.
Please keep sending your work. Professional, amateur, old, young — we want your paintings, collages, sketches, photos, sculptures, cartoons, whatever. Student submissions are particularly welcome.
The only rule: It must be inspired by, reflective of, or otherwise related to the times we’re going through. Just email email@example.com.
“A Wish.” Karen Nordberg took this photo before she lost her grandmother to Covid19.
“A Hole in My Heart.” After her grandmother died, Karen Nordberg walked again. She found this.
“GFS 4S 2020.” Elizabeth Chang created this in response to Greens Farms Elementary School art teacher Cameryn Robinson’s request to make art that brings the school together. Elizabeth — a 4th grader in Mrs. Stroud’s class — says that each small nail represents the home of a classmate. The large one is GFS itself.
“Feet,.” Self-portrait by Benj Serfaty, a 6th grader at Bedford Middle School.
“Corona Cootie.” Mary Ann Nielson reinvented the traditional game “Cootie.”
Untitled (Marita Driscoll)
“Oyster Gatherers — With Profound Apologies to John Singer Sargent” (Lawrence Weisman)
“Hanging Together” (Karen Weingarten)
Molly Alger spotted this whimsical scene outside Winslow Park Animal Hospital…
… while Les Dinkin saw this on Bermuda Road …
… and Sandra Long noticed this on Birchwood Lane.
“Connected” (Amy Schneider)