Islesolation gallery

The Revd. Greenshield Galleries

 creativity and artwork created through lockdown

Enjoy paper made from recycled materials and springtime wild flowers by residents at Newport Residential Home. Learn how to make your own paper, watch our YouTube tutorial HERE!

 Portraits of our Time 

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Drawings of interior spaces and views from within the care home by a resident of Highfield care home.

Drawings of interior spaces and views from within the care home by a resident of Highfield care home.

Works created by artist Mary Eynon during lockdown, a mixture of various techniques and media from weaving to stitch and print making. “The process of making is really important,  the rhythmic, repetitive method is therapeutic and connects me to the blossoming of spring during isolation”. – Mary

Enjoy the arrival of spring through the work.  (Weaving tutorial coming very soon to our Independent Arts YouTube channel).

Find more of Mary’s work HERE

Mixed media collage created during lockdown by Marie Delisle Holmberg

Immerse yourself in captured landscape by clicking through to an exhibition below. 

Drawings of interior spaces and views from within the care home by a resident of Highfield care home.

‘Can Only Vary In Design’ collage by @mattdawhit 

“It forms a physical memory for me marking time from the start of lockdown all the way through to yesterday.  It is a mix of printed paper, polypropylene and aluminium foil labels on board”.

Mandalas created by Fani,  fried more of her work in the Dance and Movement tent

Portraits created during lockdown by F – A pupil from Christ the King.



“drawing helps to express different emotions which is important during this difficult time.”

 A portrait in pencil by S a pupil from Carisbrooke College 


Whittling away in isolation With S.

Working with printing in isolation by T.

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