Greg Roxburgh

A couple walk back from the shops with heaps of toilet paper, Tooting, London, 12 March, 2020. People are hoarding basic amenities like toilet paper, pasta and rice in fear of a nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19 virus. Photo: Greg Roxburgh.

My dog and I took a drive up the mountain during the self-isolation of the corona virus (still continues).  We got out at the vista along the mountain with views of the city below and ...
Due to the toilet paper stockpiling, well known worldwide, I had the idea to sew a message in a toilet paper square. I do believe that the image speaks by itself.  There are always...
1 Hour of Lockdown I spent one of my daily dog walks capturing imahges around the Salford area of Manchester hoping to encapsulate the feeling of abandoned normality and claustrophobia during the...
the satisfaction of a woman after giving birth to her baby in a time of pandemic there is always a light of hope, a new life a new color ...
This is an ongoing project started within the confinements of my home in Manchester.  Using CCTV cameras i explore how places have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and government...
Primary elections seem even more important.
Britain is in lockdown, a social state represented by this photograph of a garage door. The simplicity of the message is in tune with the simplicity of the instruction to stay at home.
Who needs pearls when you've got toilet paper? The Coronavirus crisis has forced us to reassess our reality, to reassess what is important to us and what is not. Who'd have ever thought that we'd...
Small diary of an unexpected quarantine. Not being able to leave my house, I decided to tell the apartment building where I live. Neighbors with whom I used to exchange the simple "good morning" or...
This image wasn't created during the crisis but I think sums up the rule of social distancing and the islation that can be created during this time. 
The aim of this artproject (3 photos of the installation) is to highlight the fragility of our human condition, symbolized by the balloon. This fragility that explodes in our face today in the face...
I'm a painter living & working in County Kildare, Ireland.  A while ago, visiting my brother in Balbriggan, I came out of the house to see this double rainbow. The light of the sun had...
Small diary of an unexpected quarantine. Not being able to leave my house, I decided to tell the apartment building where I live. Neighbors with whom I used to exchange the simple "good morning" or...
With shops closed and people working from home, downtown Gastonia is its own kind of isolation.
Make adjustments as you go through life.  This couple caught me eye, inspite of these sad times, they continue getting out, talking to one another.  They have taken precautions yet still...

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