OCTOBER 2019 NEWSLETTER
Here is the October 2019 newsletter:
1. 1. On
October 31st we have our second ‘sit back and watch’ demonstration
of the year, this one given by the water colour artist Paul Weaver who has
demonstrated with us previously. Do spread the word as we can accommodate up to
50 or 60 guests on these occasions. The demonstration will start at 7pm and the
cost to guests is £5.
2. 2. Well
done to Sally who has won the ‘Simply Watercolours’ Facebook page September
Challenge which had lighthouses as a theme.
3. 3. Our
last term of 2019 starts on 10th October. For those who pay termly
the fee is £25 and I will have the Paypal machine at the meeting for those who
wish to pay by card. If you are not going to get to that meeting or the one
following, please send a cheque for the
fee to our Treasurer Stephen Simpkins, 19 Lady Coventry Rd, Chippenham, SN15
4. 4. The
Youtube video of Glyn Overton’s pastel demonstration given on 12th
September is now available on the Lacock Art Group’s Youtube channel at https://youtu.be/ENOD2ADN_Bk
5. 5. From
Max Hale – “SEVEN IMAGES OF ACRYLICS” - To celebrate my 20 years of working with acrylics I
am running a seven-week course where each week there will be a different
subject to paint including, animals, landscape, portrait, flowers, still life, water/coastal,
Each one presents its own challenge and we will tackle it head-on. A seriously
interesting set of classes for those who want to improve their style and
understanding of how to deal with this great and underrated medium.
Cranfield Colours have let me use some of their paints so you will be able to
try them out within a class of your choice.
22nd October - Seven Images in acrylic
10am -12.30pm Tuesdays
The 7-week course at Pegasus Art Stroud.
Go to http://www.maxhaleart.co.uk/loosen-your-style-in-acrylics?mc_cid=b523d228fa&mc_eid=fb4612d742
6. 6. Our 2020 exhibition in the Art Café will be a month earlier than usual –
so the month of March (1st – 29th) so we will need to do
some quick painting over Christmas!
7. 7. And finally, Steve has arranged our next life drawing session with Mel
Woodland as the model on the 17th October.