Post-Pandemic Cities

By Richard Shipley / April 14, 2021

Well, here we are in the third lockdown in the UK. It was a lot easier this time around as everyone has their little routines and the kids get taught via Teams, so no home schooling. This time, I’ve been working digitally, creating work on Procreate and Photoshop. The inspiration came from my daily cycles…

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Holding On

By Jennifer Wu / February 17, 2021

Holding on… to what, and for what? A coffee? A book?  Families and friends? Ideals? Dreams? Or, life back to normal? We have been hearing too many times to hang on, to hold on in the past year. May what you are holding on for soon be within your reach.   Copyright © 2021 Jennifer…

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The Final Touch

By Jennifer Wu / September 5, 2020

My models for this painting are from a photo I took in the neighborhood, pre-COVID-19. They had been serene and self-assured, moving with certainty, in my unfinished painting from a while ago. When I recently revisited the work, it seemed that they — the figures — were asking for an update. A small one, really,…

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