Blogs

Play Day Oct21

31/10/2021

Also known as "squishy" art - it was great fun creating textures which were then applied to create a collage. A big thank you to Carole and Sheila in creating the day for the members .... it was very well supported.

The September monthly challenge of "Rooftops" concluded on Monday 11th October. Many thanks to everyone who shared all their wonderful images.

Musicians.

01/09/2021

We concluded our regular weekly Zoom meetings this week with a colourful set of pictures of musicians, showing great movement and energy!

Insects.

24/08/2021

As always, the brilliant array of art work for this weeks challenge was accompanied by plenty of information about the subject. Lovely to hear how certain insects have been visiting our gardens....and the beauty of some that we have not yet been able to see in person.

Summer 21.

17/08/2021

A welcome return to Zoom today following the summer break. Although there were only a couple of submissions for the challenge titled 'Bad Hair Day' , the images we shared also included an assortment of holiday art, photographs of amazing gardens, young artist's artwork and portraits of Kings and Queens! As always, the discussion alongside these...

Holidays

20/07/2021

As a conclusion to this season's Zoom meetings , the weekly challenge was 'Holidays' . It prompted some delightful pictures of holidays taken in 2021 as well as much loved holiday venues from previous years. The essence of holidays was also shown through joyful children laughing and leaping, large dripping ice-creams, and figures scattered over...

Carnival

13/07/2021

Very diverse aspects of carnivals and past works. Carnival Row by Pam. Special mention goes to Phoebe who has created some outstanding challenge pieces over the last 6 months.

Feathering

29/06/2021

Moths, boats, chickens, faces and many other feathery things illustrated today's Zoom meeting. Alongside all these lovely works of art, our discussions included programme recommendations, book recommendations, as well as remembering how doorstep painting demonstrated your pride in your home... however humble!