DEMONSTRATIONS - WORKSHOPS AND EVENTS 2019
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, ALL CLUB EVENTS TAKE PLACE AT St. JOHN'S CHURCH HALL, CHILCOMPTON. BS3 4HN
Wednesday 29th May - 10:00am until 4:00pm - (All materials included bring your own lunch) - £33
Wednesday 5th June - 10:00am until 4:00pm - (All materials included bring your own lunch) - £33
Drawing Workshop with Graphite pencil. Using a pencil blunt or sharp, pressing lightly or hard and using a variety of tones, learn how to create the effect of fur, the texture of skin and the glassy look of an eye. With the expert tuition from Jamie over the course of the day, you will learn and be able to practice new techniques to develop your drawing skills.
Saturday 22nd June - 10:00am until 5:00pm
CLUB OPEN DAY
Members of the public welcome to come along to the St John's Church Hall, Chilcompton. BA3 4HN.
Pop in and have a chat, see how we work in the community and view some of the works of the artists, and there will be a club competition and refreshments will be available throughout the day.
Saturday September 7th until 14th - 9:00am until 5:00pm each day
EXHIBITION at THE CLOISTERS, WELLS CATHEDRAL
A week long exhibition by many of the club members in the cloisters of Wells Cathedral
Wednesday 9th October - 10:00am until 12:00noon
Demonstration and workshop of watercolour techniques Explaining her artistic practice through demonstrating and guiding you through a workshop.
Saturday 23rd November - 10:00am until 5:00pm
In the run up to Christmas, come along and see the varied works of our members, maybe pick up a gift for someone special. Refreshments available all day.
During demonstrations and workshops, normal club activities will also take place for those not participating.
PRESENTATIONS AT THE 2019 AGM.
Linda Marshall (left) with Chairperson Amanda Mayes.
Presentation of the Turner-Committee Cup for 2018.
The Club received a new Cup last year, kindly donated by the club's founder members Harold and Joan Turner.
The committee discussed how this cup should be awarded. Since we have several awards for paintings at our annual exhibition, it was decided that this cup should be awarded to a club member who has shown dedication and support towards the Art club over a long period of time.
There are clearly a good few members who fall into this category, and I’m sure over the coming years they will be considered for this award. This year we had to make an initial decision, so the award goes to Linda Marshall.
A HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MEMBER BETTY MATTICK