As Westport reopens, and the world continues to turn — if a bit wobbly — you continue to send us your work. Your many moods are reflected in your paintings, collages, sketches, photos, sculptures, cartoons and videos.
Please keep ’em coming. Professional, amateur, old, young — we want it all. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Feeling Trapped in the Illusion of Summer” (Lauri Weiser)
Dereje Tarrant is a rising 8th grader at the Pierrepont School. He created this mural, which hangs outside his Westport home.
“When Life Gives You Lemons” (acrylic, Herm Freeman)
Weston High School asked Andrea Metchick to paint a mural for the Class of 2020. She asked principal Lisa Wolak, staff and parents for words that represented the students. Her work was hung on the Onion Barn near Weston center for the graduation parade; it’s still there. It was a gift of love: Andrea’s youngest child, Millie, was in that class.
Untitled (Carina Bockhaus, age 9, Kings Highway Elementary School)
“Just a Drop in the Bucket” (Lawrence Weisman)
“This Pandemic is for the Birds!” (Jane Malakoff)
“The People Will Return!” (Karen Weingarten)
“Contemplating My Feet” (Jim Adelman)
“Pride” (Amy Schneider)