Lockdown Captured!



Isabella Todd

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My art explores one of the views from my window and I used watercolour paints to create it.

Category - Ages 3 - 5 years old


Chelsea Anne Garcia

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"Life Outside My Window" I used recycled materials (egg shells, magazine) and watercolor paint. Through the window, I see life- life in the outside world as I stay at home. Everytime I look at my window, there is always something beautiful to see and unlimited things to find.

Category - Ages 3 - 5 years old


Sia Wilson


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The Neighbours Birds. A view from my bedroom window during lockdown. Bluetits nesting and many more birds than there would be normally. Drawn with pencil and colouring pencils.

Category - Ages 6 - 10 years old


Logan Vernon 


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Materials I use is pencils crayons to draw my picture Story I like to look out if my window to see people walking there dog Riding there bikes and watch the birds on feeding table. I can also see other houses and flats and lots of trees. In the evening I like to watch the sun set.

Category - Ages 6 - 10 years old


Maraki Nerozzi

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Title: The view from my window Materials: Colouring pencils Background: During the lockdown the view of my window has become an imaginary view of all things I miss: my school, my friends and mountains where I often spend my holidays.

Category Ages 6 - 10 years old


Maia Searle

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'Covid Castle'  - Maia has painted herself waiting in her castle to be able to play with her friend below.

Category  - Ages 6 - 10 years old


Laura Haley

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My photo is called "Wonderful Walkies". I discovered the lovely woods at Ridlins during our daily exercise walk with my dog Tessie. The bluebells were out and looked so beautiful. I love photography and decided to take some photos of Tessie in the bluebells. I really love this one as she decided to have a lie down in the middle of the bluebells. I love her one ear up one ear down (she had an operation on one ear a few years ago and can't lift it up now) as it makes her look extra cute.
Category - Ages 11-15 years old

Brendan Falvey

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Star Trails From My Front Garden.

Photo taken from my front garden during Lockdown I had some health issues so I was not able to travel far, so I set my camera up in the early hours first time for this type of photography . 

Category  - Ages 16 -100+ years old



Christopher Ansell

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FIGURE AT THE WINDOW Black Charcoal, pastel paper. During the lockdown, after finishing a piece in charcoal of my own interpretation of Salvador Dali's 'Figure at the Window' l looked up and noticed my Mum was stood, staring out of the window in a similar position, in anticipation of the coronavirus situation, but at the same time with a look of hope.

Category - Ages 16 - 100+ years

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