Our Saturday gallery has hit double digits — in duration, that is. We’ve always shown at least a dozen works each week.
Photos, watercolors, paintings, acrylic, chalk messages and more… each week, you show off your creativity and spirit; each week, we gain insights into your moods.
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. Email email@example.com.
“Corona Crazy” (Laura Overton)
“Sophie in Quarantine” (Claudia Rossman)
“Time to Read,” graphite on paper (Francis Vitale)
Irene Mastriacovo says, “My yard is now my ‘go-to’ for walks. I enjoy the little things in life, like the birth of spring. The budding plants and flowers bring hope.”
Origami rug, with 2,000 birds (John Millock)
“Pandemic Provisions,” acrylic paint on cardboard box (Roberta Delano)
Artist Norah Leigh Parker turned 9 years old yesterday!
“Compo” (Lawrence Weisman)
“Protecting Our Totem” (Karen Weingarten)
Untitled (Libby Turner, age 13)
Leonor Dao Turut says, “gardening and making art keep me calm and focused amid the fears of this pandemic.”
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Wow! As always, our town has such creative and talented people of all ages. Way to go , Westport!
Love this feature so much! Thank you!
Thanks, AJ! Feel free to send along your own artwork 🙂
I love this feature. It is something pleasant to look forward to. All the art work is inspired. Libby Turner’s piece really impressed me today. Untitled by Libby but what touched my heart is the young girl reaching for the star. I thought of all the graduates, all levels of education Kindergarten to College reaching for their future right now and the contributions they will make to all of our futures.
Origami Rug…, with 2000 birds. A feat of focus. My patience would surely have folded…. Apologies, Westport.