Staring at the same four walls day in and day out isn't great but the city's gallery may your next creative outlet.
Up Close is Griffith Regional Art Gallery's response to the isolation that we've all been in thanks to COVID-19.
The idea is to share a photo of the people or pets that you're sharing isolation with.
The gallery is closed due to pandemic restrictions so co-ordinator Ray Wholohan has moved the exhibition online.
"In the spirit of sticking together while staying apart, this exhibition will be hosted online and anyone will be able to participate," Mr Wholohan said.
It will be the first community online exhibition held in Griffith.
Artistic talent - or the lack there of - isn't a barrier to entering the exhibition and it's free to enter.
All that's required is a photographic portrait of someone who is sharing their isolation - friends, family or pets.
It means it could be a selfie of yourself and your partner in isolation, a photo from your Zoom catch-up with friends after work or even a portrait of your beloved furry friend.
"With all the extra time on your hands why not use it to study the features and capture the unique characteristics of your loved ones, whether it's your partner, kids, parents, grandparents, flat mates or even the family pet," Mr Wholohan said.
"Whoever makes you feel connected when we are separated from so much.
"This exhibition allows local people to create, showcase and view photographic art in our community while still practicing social distancing. Explore some photographic elements and make some seriously creative images, or some just-for-fun portraits of your lockdown buddies."
You can contact the gallery directly on email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The exhibition will go live on the gallery's website and its Facebook page on June 19.
UP CLOSE ONLINE
Griffith gallery's first online community exhibition
- Event will be held online
- Entries can be selfies or portraits of family, friends or pets
- Entries open until June 12