Quarantine

Online Visual Arts Exhibition

Nicole - My future
Nicole - My future

Quarantine has taken away this precious academic year away from us affecting the future of the students who were close to exams. my hope for excellent grades and a great future has now turned into despair.

Broken
Broken

During this difficult time, our lives have been broken, leaving all important things to be cracked. what was once a beautiful view has now been split into pain, boredom and worry.

Passion
Passion

Playing the piano has been something I've enjoyed since the age of 7. Being quarantined at home means that I can rediscover my passion of playing it. Being able to play at home calms me down and brings me some of the happiness that quarantine has taken from me

Nicole - My future
Nicole - My future

Quarantine has taken away this precious academic year away from us affecting the future of the students who were close to exams. my hope for excellent grades and a great future has now turned into despair.

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Paris - A day in the life of Paris
Paris - A day in the life of Paris

A piece exploring my day to day routine during lockdown

Paris - A day in the life of Paris
Paris - A day in the life of Paris

A piece exploring my day to day routine during lockdown

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Becky - Sustenance
Becky - Sustenance

With a lot of people losing their jobs due to the lockdown. A lot of families have found it hard to provide for their families. But thankfully there are a lot of organizations doing all they can to help

‘Another day’
‘Another day’

Becky - Sustenance
Becky - Sustenance

With a lot of people losing their jobs due to the lockdown. A lot of families have found it hard to provide for their families. But thankfully there are a lot of organizations doing all they can to help

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Andre - This changes everything
Andre - This changes everything

Having to stay at home hasn’t been all bad. It has meant less litter on the streets and less cars on the road. Our planet deserves a breather.

Be the solution and stop pollution
Be the solution and stop pollution

A piece inspired by the power we hold as the human race to change the world we live in, for the good.

Andre - This changes everything
Andre - This changes everything

Having to stay at home hasn’t been all bad. It has meant less litter on the streets and less cars on the road. Our planet deserves a breather.

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Kathy - Time limit
Kathy - Time limit

For me, quarantine has meant making the most of limited time outside, appreciating the value of it so much more.’

Rainbows in windows
Rainbows in windows

Perception in life is important. Instead of focusing on what you cant change. Focus on what you can change

Kathy - Time limit
Kathy - Time limit

For me, quarantine has meant making the most of limited time outside, appreciating the value of it so much more.’

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Jonathan - Simple things in life
Jonathan - Simple things in life

In lockdown & everyone staying home it really gives a great deal of time o have some reflection. With the reduction in pollution giving us clear and open skies, which really lets you take in the little things that you forget in life. Like how much unnecessary waste we produce and what it does to the world.

Jonathan - Simple things in life
Jonathan - Simple things in life

In lockdown & everyone staying home it really gives a great deal of time o have some reflection. With the reduction in pollution giving us clear and open skies, which really lets you take in the little things that you forget in life. Like how much unnecessary waste we produce and what it does to the world.

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Debbie - Time to notice
Debbie - Time to notice

I chose this picture because during lockdown I’ve been paying more attention to the nature all around me. I think it’s slowing down and having time to notice little things. I planted this bean at the start of April and have been watching it grow everyday, it’s amazing how fast it’s reaching for the sun. It reminds me that things will keep going and keep changing.

Debbie - Time to notice
Debbie - Time to notice

I chose this picture because during lockdown I’ve been paying more attention to the nature all around me. I think it’s slowing down and having time to notice little things. I planted this bean at the start of April and have been watching it grow everyday, it’s amazing how fast it’s reaching for the sun. It reminds me that things will keep going and keep changing.

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Stephanie - Quarantine tones
Stephanie - Quarantine tones

Since we aren’t able to leave our homes our moods are slightly running amok and the world is starting to turn grey

Stephanie - Quarantine tones
Stephanie - Quarantine tones

Since we aren’t able to leave our homes our moods are slightly running amok and the world is starting to turn grey

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Shaninga - Outside In
Shaninga - Outside In

This time has forced us to bring the things we did outside inside. But through it all we win!

Voice
Voice

I have rediscovered a part of my voice that had run away and for that I am grateful. We win!

Open Windows
Open Windows

We are all an open window away from seeing the fullness and beauty of this planet. We still win!

Shaninga - Outside In
Shaninga - Outside In

This time has forced us to bring the things we did outside inside. But through it all we win!

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Helen - Schedule
Helen - Schedule

Make a schedule is what they said, make a mess is what we’ll do’

Chalk Rainbows
Chalk Rainbows

Thank you NHS’

The 50 billionth cake
The 50 billionth cake

Lockdown = Baking

Helen - Schedule
Helen - Schedule

Make a schedule is what they said, make a mess is what we’ll do’

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Dellali - Homebound
Dellali - Homebound

Having to stay at home hasn’t been easy. But it has taught me the necessity of self reflection, resilience and adapting.

Dellali - Homebound
Dellali - Homebound

Having to stay at home hasn’t been easy. But it has taught me the necessity of self reflection, resilience and adapting.

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