Norfolk artists using time out to be creative
- Credit: Rebecca Yexley/Ros Wilson/Ceara Coleman
When we went into the first lockdown, many of us took to the creative arts as a form of sanctuary and entertainment. As we enter a second lockdown, this will be even more important to so many.
With the arts having a positive impact on the mental health of those practicing them as well as those viewing them, here is a collection of some of the work which has been created during these unprecedented times.
The work created during this time could be a perfect reflection of how we all feel, due to artists taking inspiration from the world around them, with the body of work created showing a unity of experience.
This is a collection of work made by artists in Norfolk since the original lockdown. Some artists created work about the pandemic to express how they were feeling, others made work within walking distance of their homes, discovering beauty on their doorsteps, whilst many simply used their existing or new practice to help them cope with what was happening.
If you have work made in the last lockdown or this one, about the pandemic, we would love to see it.
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Email EDPphotos@archant.co.uk to submit your work and we will chose some of our favourites.
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