A virtual exhibition showcasing creativity and talent within our community
Life across the world has been unrecognisably altered by the COVID-19 pandemic and since 'lockdown' was introduced on 23 March our own part of the world has looked and felt very different.
This online exhibition is an invitation for everyone - juniors, seniors and in-betweeners - who has responded creatively to life in lockdown to share what they've created.
So whether you are a writer, artist, crafter, dabbler, brand-new-hobbyists or creative veteran - send us your interpretation of Strathearn On Lockdown. To submit your work please email
Strathearn on Lockdown - a virtual exhibition
Here is a selection of what's been received so far which we expect to build on in the coming weeks. We look forward to bringing this exhibition to life once our doors reopen. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy and find inspiration in the work shown here. Click on each image to see it in full.
'Corona Hope': hand-carved boat by Tommy Stanners
made from scratch during lockdown
Scrubs for NHS - sewed by a team across Crieff and StrathearnThose who sewed: Christine Forsyth, Judith Tipping, Rona McCarra, Lynn Scott-Cockle, Pam Regan, Esther Aitken, Jane-Marie Laird, Lorraine Gardner, Reina McArthur, Rowan Mestecky, Lynn Bowers, Mhairi Farquhar, Susie O'Neill, Lesley Wright, Pat Leigh, Beth Fotheringham, Meg Griffiths, Jane White, Gill McBride, Gitte Bushby, Heather Walker, Joan Walker, Laura Hustwayte, Margaret Coll, Margaret MacVicar, Molly Wilcock, Anne Grodzicka, Juliet Hughes, Clare and Iona Aldridge, Sheena Plummer
'Crieff in Lockdown' filmed by Leona Craig
A lockdown take on the old Ian Dury classic
Sharon Russell reflects on all the things we're missing in her own composition based on a 1930s tune
'Journey of a lockdown loo roll' created by the Strathearn Snapper with help from the people of Strathearn