• Naseem Syed

‘Future In Your hands’

I am currently a level 2 Art and design student, in my spare time I do different things for charity for example campaigning and fundraising but when I am at home I enjoy getting my craft box out to do some painting and drawing.

Has lockdown changed you? How? Why?

Yes lockdown has changed me, being in lockdown has made me realise how much I take for granted and how much I really do for myself and others because when I am doing things on a normal day I don’t realise how much I am doing and the impact I have made on others lives till it all came to a stop due to covid.

What made you smile or brought you joy in lockdown? Can you explain it?

Being a part of different a with Naz and others brought a smile to my face because I was able to speak to someone who I feel comfortable with, learn new skills from her work shops and build a better relationship with family when I was taking part in the workshops with them which we normally don’t get to do as we are all busy doing our own thing or working.

Have you changed since lockdown? Tell me why.

Yes I have changed since lockdown, I am starting to appreciate more of the little things around me now and respecting people and what they do for me because this was different in lockdown.

What is the story behind your hand art?

My hand art symbolises the meaning of how lockdown has made me feel and what it has meant, I have felt very lonely but thankful in lockdown for what I have and for the people around me.

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