This Gallery comprises images submitted by Contemporary Group members to a challenge on the Friends of APS Contemporary Group Facebook group during May 2020. Images had to relate to the COVID-19 situation at that time.
Mary Viney - So much to tell here. Reflections of a beautiful beach, chilldrens playground closed, and inside of a restaurant.
Mary Viney - The restaurant is closed but also the take a way windows are shut . Its a sign of the people complying with COVID restrictions.
Mary Viney - Depicting the forced isolation of people in their homes during the pandemic.
Maryellen Aoibhell Stewart - Untitled
Tony Harding - Absolutely newsworthy when fishermen-women released and allowed to fish at Mordialloc pier.
Tony Harding - His and Hers Contemporary - all Closed
Tony Harding - Suburban Lockdown - Light at the End of the Tunnel
Alan Branch - No Longer Face to Face
Alan Branch - Off Limits
Ann Davy - Bump Road Crossing
Ann Davy - Changes
Ann Davy - Island Longing bay boat - ramp rules
Ann Davy - Untitled
Anne O'Connor - Closed
Anne O'Connor - Closed
Anne O'Connor - Closed to Covid
Anne O'Connor - Emptiness beyond normal
Bill Ragan - Untitled
Brian Rope - Extreme social distancing during COVID-19 restrictions
Brian Rope - Getting a COVID-19 message at the GP's waiting room
Brian Rope - When too much time is spent on COVID-19 enforced Zoom meetings listening through headphones
Heather Prince - When the children are gone it is so sad
Ian Terry - Don't forget
Ian Terry - Quarantine
Ian Terry - The latest in my COVID-19 series. The sticker had been removed when we returned 2 hours later.
Ian Terry - The paradox - Terminal 4
Judi Neumann - Sport has gone to the birds
Judi Neumann - Where are the cyclists and players?
Judi Neumann - Where have all the children gone?
Kay Mack - On 18 March we went into voluntary lockdown. Very restricted visiting for immediate family only.
Kay Mack - Stressing the importance of hand hygiene.
Kay Mack - Physically distanced Aged Care visiting arrangement. Communication by phone through the closed door.
Mario Mirabile - The things you do when you're bored. I have the feeling in the back of my mind that I've seen this done before, but I can't think where.
Mario Mirabile - At the start of lockdown a laneway window which the previous week had provided a glimpse into a bustling cafe had become the service front line.
Mario Mirabile - Lunchtime and even though there's no customers there's still prep work to do in the kitchen.