Painting For Fun Online Gallery

Art works created in the homes of Painting For Fun members during Covid-19, whilst the world is physically distancing.

Images at the top were created most recently.

Ruth Weston
Fox in the snow
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Inspired by a painting by Milly Cy on a Marie Curie Christmas card.

Ruth Weston
Durdle Door (between Weymouth and Lullworth Cove)
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Ruth Weston
Harbour Scene with Camper Van
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Inspired by a painting  by Clare Leary.  
Ruth Weston
Harbour Scene
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on Canvas board
Inspired by a painting by Deva Evans.
Ruth Weston
Kingfisher
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Inspired by a photograph by Mike Lane.
Ruth Weston
Seven Sisters
Artisan on A4 Acrylic paper
Ruth’s first painting at P4F(Dec 2016)
Ruth Weston
Sunset cottages
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on Canvas board
Ruth Weston
Tranquil Boats
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board \ Framed
Inspired by a card from Gallery Forty One (artist unknown)
Ruth Weston
Lighthouse
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board | Framed
Inspired by a photograph on an Inspiration Calendar. 
Ruth Weston
Sunset Newport Bay
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board | Framed
Inspired by a painting by David Bellamy.  
Jenny Lamb
Monet’s Garden
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on Canvas Board
Kim Todd
Lockdown Coffee in the Rain
12 x 10 inches | Alkyd (quick drying oil) on canvas board
Kim Todd
Portrait of a coffee drinker in Lockdown 2020
10×12 inches | Alkyd (Quick drying oil) on canvas board
Chris Greenshields
Buttermere
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
From a photograph by Jonathan Redfern.
Lois Whitelaw
Beginning of a New Day
 10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
John McCullough
Charlie’s Garden Coldwell Bay
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on Canvas board
John McCullough
Rebirth
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
John McCullough
My Sunflower
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
John McCullogh
After Monet’s waterlilies
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
John McCullough
Sunrise at Lindisfarne
10 x 8inches | Artisan on canvas board
Lorraine Udell 
Just Missed the Tulips 
20cm x 25cm | Water mixable oils on canvas board 
From an original photo taken at Keukenhof Tulip Gardens.
Beyond the trees were the vast fields of (just harvested) tulips! 
Lorraine Udell 
Succulent with Spikes 
20cm x 25cm | Water mixable oils on canvas board 
Lillian Read
Trying to grow vegetables
12 x 10 inches | Artisan on watercolour paper
I have been pleased that the last few months were the growing season in the plant world. Waiting and watching growth snowballing_ one thing after the other sprouting forth – and blossoming, creating food and shelter for wild life _ surviving and maturing. Life goes on and on and on.
Kaman Fung
True light
20 x 25cm | Water mixable oil on canvas board
For this painting, I am particularly drawn to the gospel of John which spoke about the “True Light”, that “In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind”. Even during this pandemic Jesus is still reaching out to all. A life giving source lighting up people’s lives.
Chris Greenshields
The Shoe Tree
29 cm in diameter | Artisan on Acrylic base colour on Acrylic pad. Shoes painted separately and glued on with PVA.
The words around this say Children grow out of their shoes and adult ones wear out but memories can remain within the strong branches of the shoe tree, a wonder of creation and continuity. There is now more than one shoe tree so the tradition is growing.
Lillian Read
The grass grows
10 x 8 inches | Mixed media on canvas board
The grass grows. Will I cut the grass today? The blackbirds like to walk on the cut grass. The grass grows. Will I leave the grass to grow? The clover comes through quick. The grass grows. The bees settle on the clover. The grass grows. My body lies on a green blanket.
Dawn McKenna
Sunflowers
10 x 12 inches | Acrylic on canvas
Growth – this painting was originally painted just in yellow and brown, it looked very one-dimensional. I bought sunflowers to cheer myself up during lockdown and was taken with the variation in colour in the flowers, so dug the painting out again and added the colours and flourishes you see today.
Lois Whitelaw
Roses
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Roses for myself signify the start of Spring, seeing more birds, butterflies, bees and insects in the garden or countryside. The weather is warmer, the days are longer. Roses can always be given in happy and sad times of our lives as we grow and mature.
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Graham Innes
Roots 2
Artisan on coloured A4 card
I started a second painting of roots which I liked even more, especially the way that I used blue in it. I am very glad that I have used a different style.

Graham Innes
Roots 1
Artisan on coloured A4 card
I have done a lot of painting from photos and so during lockdown I wanted to paint more from my imagination and with a rough, more unusual style. The subject of growth made me think of roots. I have enjoyed painting these roots in a way that I have not painted before.
KM
Personal growth
10 x 8 inches | Oil on canvas board
Personal growth – the fierce female encouraging empowerment to others in society. Walking away from all her troubles and no matter what happiness in life you can start over.
KM
New growth
Acrylic on A4 paper
New discoveries are being made, I painted this picture as space is continuing to expand, growth isn’t just on earth it’s in galaxies far far away.
Patricia Hunt
My Neighbour’s flowers
8 x 11.5 inches | Derwent Artists’ pencils on Winsor & Newton Medium Surface Cartridge
I took a photograph of my neighbour’s garden, with their permission. I only noticed them when I joined others in clapping for the NHS. Flowers are still growing even when everything has stopped during lockdown.
Carole Suchak
KINDERDIJK
9 x 12 inches | Artisan on canvas
When painting KINDERDIJK I gained both confidence and enhanced creativity, As a painter I was able to utilize all the techniques that I had acquired i.e. perseverance, perspective, how to paint water and use minimal colours for effect I am so grateful for what painting has afforded me.
Tracy Percival
Growth
9 x 12 inches | Artisan on canvas
My inspiration for this Growth themed painting began on my mindful walks. I became aware of many beautiful plants that had seeded themselves and were growing out of stone walls. Imagine if my own thoughts were grown from a seed of such resilience, how beautiful they would be.
John McCullough
Growth
9 x 12 inches | Artisan on canvas
Growth. This represents growth of a seed dropped by the nearest tree.
Pat Shield
Growing Boys
21 x 29.5 cm | Watercolour
We haven’t seen our grandchildren since February because of Lockdown although our daughter regularly sends us photos and video calls. It struck me how much they’ve grown and just what they can do now compared to when we last saw them.
KM
Earth growth
Acrylic on A4 paper
Earth growth – after destruction and devastation of natural disasters such as forest fires nature can always regenerate, shining glimmers of hope for new life.
Jane Wang
Dusk at St Mary’s Island
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
This was painted from a photo taken by myself on 25/06/2019 while I walked on the beach with my family and Caught the dusk view of St Mary’s Island Whitley Bay.
Yvonne Marie Hinkesman
Bread
12 x 16 inches | Artisan on canvas board
GROWTH; be it animal, vegetable or emotional, is essential to the well-being of The Earth. The staple food of life is bread. Corn especially grows to be cultivated and ground into flour, to mix, rise and bake into bread. Thus BREAD is the title of my work.
Carole Suchak
Bamburgh Castle
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Growth can be measured in any way that is measurable.  I came to P4F at the ‘Painting by Numbers’ level. Now I feel I have grown as an artist and a person I have gained patience and perseverance as a person. As an artist I have learnt to blend colours so that they don’t turn out in various shades of sludge.

Chris Greenshields
A feeling of Optimism
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on Canvas Board
I was drawn to the vibrancy of these flowers. The one in the foreground in full bloom seems to be setting an example for the others to follow. Having enjoyed painting more often recently I am enthusiastic about creative projects going forward.
Lorraine Udell
4lb 14oz 
30cm x 40cm | Acrylic and charcoal on canvas board  
In this painting I wanted to convey a resilience which has grown over the years, from a tiny beginning to the present day.  Lockdown has been full of drawing for me, which has moved me in a direction I didn’t expect, trying to catch emotion and relationships on canvas.

Tracey Davison
‘Unexpected’ Poppy at Newbiggin beach.
10 x 12 inches | Artisan water mixable oil colour
Lockdown
The coldknow
Longing
For nature
For Summer meadows
Fields of shifting hued waves
Birds in song
Flight
In Kind air
Lockdown
Slowly winding down
Expanding lined concrete
Leaving
No
Ancient woodlands
No
Pure streams
But poppies root in any ground
A beacon
Symbol
Clinging on
Remembrance
Hope
Our future
Linda Ham
‘The Orange that gives me strength’
30 x 23cm | Aquamedia
Personal growth since March 2020
Inspired by the poem ‘The Stolen Orange’ by Brian Patten:
‘When I left I stole an orange
I kept it in my pocket
(….)
It was a safeguard against imagining
There was nothing bright or special in the world’
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Erica Halliday
Rainbow City
Collage
This one’s called Rainbow City, and it’s all from brochures for local cultural venues and events.

It is a celebration of Newcastle’s colourful and diverse culture, with a special focus on black women and girls. The woman at the bottom is Ifeoma U. Anyaeji, whose exhibition I loved at the Baltic last year. It also includes pieces of a video still from ‘We Help Each Other Grow’ by the artist collective ‘They Are Here’ which I also saw at the Baltic.
Chris Greenshields
A deconstructed bouquet 
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board.
In this painting there is an imaginary sky and foreground but the flowers depicted were real. I wanted to paint them in a fairly random order rather than in a vase.

Dawn McKenna
Lilies
10 x 8 inches | Acrylic on canvas board
Lillian Read
Flying Cholitas (Bolivian female wrestlers.)
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Inspired by a painting by Luisa D
orr
Lillian Read
The West Fjords in Iceland
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Lillian Read
A Bug’s Eye
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Photographer Morjrzisch

Patricia Hunt
Red Dahlias with white butterfly
20.5cm x 28cm | Winsor & Newton Medium Surface Cartridge
Patricia Hunt
Pink Poppies
20.5cm x 28cm | Winsor & Newton Medium Surface Cartridge
Patricia Hunt
Red, Yellow & White Tulips
20.5cm x 28cm | Winsor & Newton Medium Surface Cartridge
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Erica Halliday
Organic Datamerge
Collage
These are mixed media collages from magazines (mostly the Crack), flyers, food packaging, and the pink backing from a sheet of stickers which was more laborious to apply in the background than I expected!

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Erica Halliday
Strawberry Yourself
Collage on paper plate
These are mixed media collages from magazines (mostly the Crack), flyers, food packaging, and the pink backing from a sheet of stickers which was more laborious to apply in the background than I expected!
NOT FOR SALE
Linda Ham
Birthday card made during lockdown when I couldn’t go out to buy one
14 x 14cm | Watercolours and black fine liner on photocopier paper
Stuart Gardner
Hare today Gone Tomorrow!  
A4 \ Goache on watercolour paper
Stuart Gardner
After Kurt Schwitters
10x 8 inches | Artisan oils on cardboard board
Stuart Gardner
Order from Chaos
10x 8 Inches |collage with cardboard on canvas board, artisan oils
Stuart Gardner
Hidden
10 x 8 inches | Canvas board, artisan oils, palette knife
Stuart Gardner
An exercise in black lines
10 × 8 inches | Watercolour on canvas board
Stuart Gardner
Abstract Icon of the Black Madonna and child
10 x 8 inches
This is a study for an oil painting entitled Abstract Icon of the Black Madonna and child.
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Kim Todd
Devotion
76 x 62cm | Alkyd quick drying oils on canvas
I painted over an old painting that I started years ago but never finished. I sanded down the old paint and then covered it with gesso. I painted an initial thin layer using brushes and then I used palette knives and amended a few last details with a brush.

Frances Edwards
Blossoming
Available as a good quality print.
iPad painting
Kim Todd
Covid British Bulldog
30 x 33cm | Acrylic on a piece of scrap wood
A painting full of symbolism to represent Britain under Covid 19.  Look carefully and see how many you can see.

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Kim Todd
Lockdown Kim
20 x 30cm | Alkyd fast drying oil paint on canvas
I have learned not to paint self portraits from a mirror anymore as I always end up looking sad, serious and old because I am concentrating so hard!!  This was painted from a selfie taken on my phone.  I wanted to paint this loosely and I was experimenting with colours that I don’t normally use for the background.  I used the trick of putting the dark background next to the light side of the face and the light background beside the dark side of the face.

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Kim Todd
Furo 
20 x 30cm | Acrylic paint on canvas
This is a painting that I have wanted to do for years and lockdown has finally given me the time.  This is my daughter in law at her traditional Nigerian wedding celebrations.  This was a wonderful day and it was nice to remember a time when we could all celebrate close together.

Frances Edwards
Starburst
Available as a good quality print.
iPad painting
Lorraine Udell
Beach
30 x 25cm | Abstract Acrylic on Canvas
Two figures emerged in this one although it was painted as an abstract. One is sitting in the middle ground and the other standing nearer the front. Well that’s what I saw when I stepped back from it, others might see something different! 
Lorraine Udell 
Night Swimming
20 x 30cm | Acrylic on canvas 
Francis Edwards
Prickles
Available as a good quality print.
Ipad painting
NOT FOR SALE
Pat Shield
Embleton Bay
30.5 x 25.5 cm | Artisan 
Remembering a lovely walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh castle.

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Pat Shield
Bluebell Woods  
30.5 x 25.5cm | Artisan 
I love wild flowers in May time and used a photograph taken of Beamish Woods for this painting. There was wild garlic in the photograph but I thought it would look better with bluebells as well.

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Graham Innes
A Face Covered by a Giant Butterfly 
A4 | water soluble oil (Artisan)
Graham Innes
Survives by the Sun 
A4 | water soluble oil (Artisan)
Graham Innes
Survives by the Sun (Sketch)
A4 | charcoal pencil 
Graham Innes
Icy Cold Clouds
A4 | Artisan on coloured paper
This was painted from my imagination.
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Graham Innes
A parrot, a face and a mountain with pink sky
A4 | Artisan oils on coloured paper
I think it has ended up being one of my best paintings and I’m pleased with the result!  Now I can take a break and rest and relax!!

Lorraine Udell
Painting based on the grid 
40cm x 50cm  | water-mixable oils on canvas  
This is one of 17 similar paintings I’ve done since we’ve been staying in. They are made with layers so that when you scrape back different colours come through. I think I find the process and the colours so absorbing that I’ve covered every canvas I had previously painted on and a few blank ones as well! 

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Jo Parker 
Galaxy
10×8 inches | Mixed media
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Jane Wang
Withered Tulips in Vase       
30x30cm | Artisan on Canvas board
 (April 2020 during Lockdown)
A beautiful bunch of tulips from my son on Mother’s Day, which is lovely purple colour placed in the beautiful vase that was bought from the car boot sale in the village near Ypres when we travelled in Belgium in July 2018.

Jo Parker
Smile
10x8inches | Mixed media on canvas board
Lillian Read
Bees Favourite
10×8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Lillian Read
A card or Two
10×8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Lillian Read
Silver Birch
10×8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Jo Parker
Galaxy
10×8 inches | Acrylic on canvas board
Jo Parker
Fun with colours
20×16 inches | Mixed media
Patricia Hunt
Three Red Dahlias
20x28cm | Coloured pencils (Berol Verithin at the beginning and then Faber-Castell Polychromos) on cartridge paper
Jenny Lamb
Giverny
10x8inches | Artisan on canvas board
Carole Suchak
Bamburgh Castle
10×12 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Francis Edwards
Lockdown colours
Available as a good quality print.
iPad painting
Frances Edwards
Sea Sublime
Available as a good quality print.
iPad painting
Tricia Hunt
Lilium Regale
20 x 28cm | Derwent Coloursoft on Winsor & Newton Medium Surface Cartridge paper
Tricia Hunt
Four anemones
25 x 18.5cm | watercolour with polychromos pencil work on top on Winsor & Newton Medium Surface paper
NOT FOR SALE
Dawn McKenna
Rome Reflections
40 x 30cm | Acrylics on canvas board
Inspired by a photo ina P&O cruise brochure.
NOT FOR SALE
Tracey Davison
Beyond Land
40 x 30cm | Artisan on canvas board
NOT FOR SALE
Graham Innes
The man with no face 
A4 | card paper, Artisan  
NOT FOR SALE
Graham Innes
The bird on the brass ball 
A4 | card paper, Artisan 
NOT FOR SALE
Chris Greenshields
A windy walk
12×15.5 inches | Acrylic paint on a board.
The painting represents a good memory of a family outing a week before lock down. It is based on a photograph taken by my son.

I applied the paint variously with brushes, a palette knife and a cotton bud.
Frances Edwards
Shadows
Available as a good quality print.
iPad painting
Frances Edwards
Misty Horizon…..a bit like our rather uncertain future right now!!
Available as a good quality print.
iPad creation
NOT FOR SALE
Lesley Knotts
Self portrait
A4 size | Pencil
NOT FOR SALE
Lorraine Udell
St Cuthbert’s Cross
15x15cm | slate, pebbles, acrylic
Jo Parker
Hearts together
10×8 inches | Mixed media
NOT FOR SALE
Lorraine Udell 
Ship to Shore
15x15cm | pebble, tile, slate 
NOT FOR SALE
Lorraine Udell 
White Church, Comrie
15x15cm | tile, slate 
This is in the village where my Aunt Emily lives. She is one of my earliest creative inspirations and this was a place of happy holiday memories. We always stayed in ‘Mrs Mac’s’ cottage and would run over the bridge near the white church to buy sweets.

Chris Greenshields
A View of Byker Wall
10×8 inches | Artisan
This painting is in a detailed style I have been moving away from in recent months in favour of painting more from my imagination or from observation of natural objects. I did enjoy producing this painting though, the only negative being finding it hard to know when to stop. 

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Fherisia Dougall
Hare it is
25x30cm | Artisan
Frances Edwards
Light of Love
Available as a good quality print.
iPad paintings
Frances Edwards
Lotus Flower
Available as a good quality print.
iPad paintings
Jo Parker
Gem rainbow
10×8 inches | Acrylic paint and gems
Jane Wang
Lockdown 
30cmx30cm | Artisan on Canvas
The idea of the painting is from the video taken by my friend from New Jersey on 25th of March 2020 when the Isolation started in the US. The cat went crazy when the social distance initiated. 

Fiona Holburn
At the going down of the sun
Artisan
It was from a photo in an old Shell book about travelling round Scotland. I had tried many many years ago to paint it, so it is from that scrappy painting.

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Pat Shield
Garden: Isola Madre, Lake Maggiore
25×30.5cm | Artisan
Loved the flowers and peace on this less visited of the Borromean islands. Think I’ve captured the array of colours and texture of the shrubs and flowers.

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Pat Shield
Water Mill: Anglesey Abbey,  Cambridge
25×30.5cm | Artisan
Regular outing when we visit our elder daughter. I wanted to catch the contrast of colours on this fresh autumn day.

Pat Shield
Hilltop Village: Mijas, Costa del Sol
25x30cm | Artisan
Memories of a lovely holiday.

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Pat Shield
Alnmouth Beach
35x25cm | Artisan
Just wanted to catch the moment.
Yvonne Marie Hinckesman 
Aida
8 x10 inches | Water based oils. Acrylic Gold 
I recently attended the Aida opera performed by the Russian Opera House. The costumes and set design were magnificent. This painting is a likeness of the media profile. 

I have a great interest in all Egyptian culture so this is a welcome portrait to attempt. I have mixed acrylic and water based paint to try a new blend. The fine detail of the gown will be a good encouragement whist in isolation.
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Mark Croucher
Gateshead East station entrance
Pollyfiller, foam board, brass and paint to complete.
3D creativity, more ways to express one’s inner self. Built from photo references to a scale of 4mm to the ft.
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Mark Croucher
Freeman’s signal box Blyth
Pollyfiller, foam board, brass and paint to complete.
3D creativity, more ways to express one’s inner self. Built from photo references to a scale of 4mm to the ft.
Chris Greenshields
A view of Bamburgh
10×8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
This is the third painting I have done featuring Bamburgh castle. A greeting card was the inspiration for this one. I am drawn to images of peaceful places at the moment at a time I can’t visit them.

Frances Edwards
Reminder of Spring
Available as a good quality print.
Here is another iPad creation.
Dawn McKenna
Self isolation day 14
10×12 inches | Acrylic on board
NOT FOR SALE
Lois A Whitelaw
Reminiscence
10×8 inches | Water mixable oils
Painted in memory of my Mam who came from India. I visited India in 2008, and despite all the poverty and hardships people faced, the ladies wore beautiful saris of many colours. Considering what’s going on in our world today, the colours remind me of the rainbow which brightens up your day……
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Lorraine Udell 
Sea Wall 
15x15cm | tile, slate 
I’ve been making these little Scottish croft scenes. 
This one feels really safe. I sketched it during the flooding a few months ago and made it with a lovely scrap piece of slate which seemed the right shape for a staircase. 
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Lorraine Udell 
Hunkering Down
15x15cm | tile, slate 
I’ve been making these little Scottish croft scenes. In this one I like the way the cottages are nestled into each other and the hillside while the rain comes down in a sheet. Many of my holiday memories involve rain like this and I love it!
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Kim Todd
Juno is enjoying the sun and I’ve bin keeping busy.
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Marion Mountain
Dunstanburgh Sunrise
10×8 inches | Artisan on Canvas board
This painting was taken from a card sent to us by a friend during a challenging time of our lives. The photo is of Dunstanburgh coastline. The contrasting rain clouds and sunlight speaks to me of uncertainty and hope and reminds me that life is made up of both.
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Marion Mountain
A village in Provence
10x8inches | Artisan on canvas board
This village in France was taken from a photo I took two years ago. I was drawn to it because of the way  it leads you down the lane to the arch at the end. I bit off more than I could chew as it was far more complex than I realised especially trying to paint the cobbles and angles of the houses.

Jo Parker
Gem tree
15×12 inches | Acrylic paint and gems
Patricia Hunt
Five Poppies 2
7×9.75 inches | Maimeri Watercolour with Caran D’Ache watercolour pencils on Langton watercolour paper
Patricia Hunt
5 Poppies
7×9.75 inches | Maimeri Watercolour on Langton watercolour paper
Patricia Hunt
Three Lillies
12×9 inches | Faber-Castell Polychromos on Murano paper
Jo Parker
Experimental collage
28×20 inches | Foil, acrylic paint, paper and gems

Kim Todd
Covid Pig
10×12 inches |Artisan on Canvas board
If we are not careful this is what we will all look like after lockdown ends!!!  

Although he is rather cute!!
Frances Edwards
The Greatest Symbol of Love
Available as a good quality print.
An Easter picture done on an iPad
Linda Ham
Tulips by the window-sketch
Continuous line drawing
15x21cm
Linda Ham
Tulips by the window
Pen & watercolour
I used to go cafe sketching with a bunch of people so now we’re doing ‘confined sketching’ instead. I did this quick sketch to share with them.
Carole Suchak
Seven Sisters
 10×12 inches | Acrylic
 The trees are called the Seven sisters  and they are growing somewhere near Houghton le spring.   
Lillian Read
Still Life Doodle
watercolour and ink on printing paper
Lillian Read
The Byway
10×8 inches | Oil on canvas
Lillian Read
Ideas in Squares
6.5 x 6.5 inches | Acrylic on paper in wooden box
Lillian Read
Doodle
12x 8 inches | watercolour
 Lillian Read
Coastlines
14×11 inches | Artisan on canvas
Lillian Read
A Heavy Load
10×8 inches | Oil on canvas
Lillian Read
Rain Falling Upwards.
10×8 inches | Oil on canvas
NOT FOR SALE
Enid Bacon
Owl design knitted set in pink and white.
For Enid Bacon’s new Granddaughter born on 31st March 2020.
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Enid Bacon
Lemon jumpsuit and hat knitted in Aran wool.
For Enid Bacon’s new Granddaughter born 31st March 2020.
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Tracy Percival
Harvest Angel
Stuart Gardner
After Rivera
This is after Rivera.. the ruins of where Hitler died.. the chancellor’s.  
10 x 8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
Stuart Gardner
Saint Joan of Arc
10×8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
 I sympathise with her because she witnessed sexual abuse. She became a strong woman and a saint.
Stuart Gardner
The Virgin of Sorrows
10×8 inches | Artisan on canvas board
NOT FOR SALE
Tracey Davison
Stuart Gardner
Blue and Red
Stuart Gardner
Red and Gold
Stuart Gardner
Yellow and Green
Stuart Gardner
Yellow Line
NOT FOR SALE
Jo Smith
Wren
NOT FOR SALE
John McCullough
Reflected Sunset over St Mary’s Island
Artisan
John McCullough
Sunrise at St Mary’s Lighthouse
10x8inches | Artisan
I was inspired by the sky, the colours of the sunset reflected into the eastern sky  and the sunrise behind the light house, the different colours as the sun rises.

John McCullough
Woman with umbrella
10x8inches | Artisan water soluble oil paint and palette knife
I just love [Monet’s] work and was trying to capture it using a palette knife, as I love the texture you create using palette knives.

John McCullough
The Haystack
10×8 inches | palette knife and artisan paint
Inspired by Monet’s haystacks in winter time.

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John McCullough
Maverick (the dog one)
10x10inches | Artisan and brushes
Maverick was painted as a gift for Yvonne (a class member), getting the colour and tone was an enjoyable challenge which did try my patience and had to walk away a few times, in the past I would have left it altogether.


We hope this helps to motivate you to get creative.  The works don’t need to be perfect or of a very high standard.  We want to achieve several things by doing this:


1. Help you all feel more positive during this difficult time by being creative

2. Use your work to encourage and help others who might not be feeling too good

3. Help others think about isolation, art and emotions associated with that

4. Encourage you to experiment with media you have not used before

5. All keep busy and focused

6. Encourage our friends to visit the SAW Website

7. Keep P4F in people’s minds so they can come along when lock down ends

8. Help you to not compare yourself to others but learn that your art is yours and no one else can do it like you and that makes you unique.