It was a muggy evening after another hot day and super to have 18 members painting and chatting together in the hall.
The subject of ‘holidays’ was a popular one with drawings and paintings of the bucolic British countryside, a Cornish river, coastal scenes of beaches and Hastings, the Tower of London and also views in Venice, Greece and Egypt . Many are works in progress, to be completed at home or at a future session.
Some members painted to their own theme of a portrait of Marie Curie, a ballerina and a fuchsia.
Here are three paintings finished at home on previous themes of flowers in a container and Tutankhamen.
The next session is on Saturday 27th August at Rochester Cathedral from 10am. Look out for a detailed email in the next few days!