Some of us were productive during the lockdown: baking bread, doing projects around the house, working on our fitness, and more. Others were a bit like 'Rosie'.
Truthfully we probably all had our 'Rosie' moments: unbrushed hair, couch days, and blanket burritoes.
Anika Ramholdt has captured some of the emotions experienced during lockdowns with her unique sense of humour.
Dimensions: 100mm (w) x 150mm (h)
Medium: Watercolour, ink and acrylic
Anika Ramholdt is an Australian artist living in Canberra. Upon completing her PhD in Fine Art at Monash University in Melbourne, Anika spent five years living in rural New Zealand. Her work explores themes of identity, nostalgia and longing for people and places, lost or imagined. She is also fascinated by the oscillating nature of personal relationships, between binding and alienating. Anika is attracted to the evocative nature of small works, which invite personal reverie with their balance of wry whimsy, subtle poignancy and tender violence.