Angela couldn’t attend our competition day but here is her lovely painting.
Well done everyone who entered the competition. We had a good turnout of members and lots of entries. You will recognise some work from our previous meeting which members finished today. The subjects range from family pets to animals in the wild.The mediums used include pencils, watercolour, pastels and acrylics.
The members each receive one vote and the first prize went to Suzan for her ducklings and second prize to Wendy for her Blue Tits. Congratulations and well done to you both.
We’ll be holding our annual Open Day on Saturday November 23rd 2019. Please get painting so you’ll have work ready for our visitors, either framed on the walls or mounted in the browsers.
Wednesday 10th 7 – 9pm – First Moon Landing
50 years ago, on 20th July 1969, NASA’s Apollo 11 mission successfully landed the first men on the moon. In any medium paint the Saturn V rocket blasting off, the lunar landing craft called Eagle, astronauts walking on the moon, the view of Earth from the moon, the moon in space, or if you want to stay on Earth then paint a picture of moonlight.
Saturday 27th FROM 10.00am – 3pm – ‘Do your own thing’ at Chalk Church
Please arrive after 10am and no earlier, so we don’t block Church Lane with cars before the gates are open. There’s room for all of us to park, so you won’t miss out on a space. Thank you!
The church and the pond with its ‘Monet’ bridge are popular subjects to paint, but please don’t feel you have to. Many of us have painted these before, so instead start any project for our Open Day, or bring any paintings you want to finish.
If it’s raining we still meet, as there’s an indoor room with tables and chairs. There’s free parking, toilet facilities and refreshments as usual. There’s no raffle but bring your packed lunch to eat.
Remember a folding chair if you intend to paint outside, and if you can only make the morning or afternoon, please come along and join us for a couple of hours.
There is no fee for today, but any donation to the Church Fund is appreciated.
Wednesday 14th 7 – 9pm – Beach Huts
Think of sunny summer days, or rainy summer days, when beach huts in UK seaside resorts have provided refuge from our weather for many years. In any medium paint one beach hut or a row of many, all one colour or a rainbow variety. Bring in any photos you might have from your holidays.
Saturday 24th FROM 10am – 3pm – ‘DYOT’ at Chalk Church
As in July, please arrive after 10am and not before. You do not have to paint the church or pond. Finish your painting from last month, paint something new, or complete another project…have you got any paintings ready for our Open Day in November?
Remember your folding chair if you want to paint outside. Again, no fee for today, but any donation to the Church Fund is most welcome.
Brian brought along his finished painting of a snow scene.