Art Group is now meeting in the Town Hall on the second Wednesday of each month. Our next meeting, on November 8th we will be painting pumpkins and all the colourful squashes in season. We draw and paint in all mediums and not necessarily the designated subject.
This month 6 of us tackled a colourful collection of autumn leaves. Jenny
The Art Group have been meeting in the WI Hall on the second Wednesday.
of each month. After 3 months working outside we will start from September in the Town Hall.
Last month 8 of us spent the afternoon at Gt Coxwell Barn.
This month we will meet at the WI Hall at 1.30pm and drive to Minster Lovell Ruins to paint and draw.
Art Group met as usual on the 2nd Wednesday of the month in the WI
Hall. Alan continued to challenge us with a subject . ‘Animals’ is a
subject most think they cannot tackle, but judging all the efforts,
everyone managed with very creditable results. Thanks to Alan Struth for
leading the group while I was away and to Josephine for providing the
Meeting May 10th subject: Beautiful Bugs
Meeting June 14th subject: if weather good we will go to Ducklington Pond
Art group continues to meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 2pm in the WI Hall. Between 7 and 10 people attend each month. There is plenty of room for more to join us. We would love to see them.
Alan Struth standing in for Jenny Maxwell
Art Group is a lively group of would be drawers and painters who meet
in Carterton WI Hall on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.
From the “I can’t draw but wish I could” person I say come and have a
go, you might surprise yourself and you will get coffee/tea and
biscuits and friendly conversation thrown in.
Last month we tried to draw our hands, as can be seen in the
photograph. This month the subject will be either very challenging or
very exciting depending how you look at it. You will have to turn up
to find out what it is.
March 8th, 2pm-4pm
April 12th, 2pm-4pm
If the weather is fine on June 14th we will go out to paint.
Contact Jenny Maxwell or Alan Struth for any more information.
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