Thursday, 29 October 2015
aim4art (together with the Lakeside Art Group) raised £1034.55 on behalf of Trinity Holistic Centre. I know you've probably read this elsewhere, but I just like typing it.
Once again thanks to members of both groups for all the effort made.
Here are photos taken at the event:
Inner room display
Some of Julia's pictures and Les' pots
More of Les' pots, Julie's books and Cath's figures
Paintings by Eve Hudson
Dee admiring work in the outer room
Pictures in the outer room
Queuing for the tombola
Norma poised to meet and greet
A good time had by people of all ages
Neil and Cath guard the entrance
Karol and Nick manning the tombola
Julie's lovely hand-made books sold even faster than the cakes
Tuesday, 27 October 2015
Wednesday, 21 October 2015
Jane, who last visited us in 2010 , once again gave us a great insight into the way she works - a process of reflection and reduction, sometimes over a long period, which nevertheless results in an impression of great spontaneity. She asked us to think about and question our approach, particularly to composition.
Monday, 5 October 2015
Here's Gill Bradley with the sculpture she created for William Kidd of Seaton Hall
Gill and I were there with Cleveland Art Society to shown recent developments at Seaton Hall. Plans include a cafe and space for art workshops and a Nostalgia Mall with spaces to be rented at a reasonable rent by artists or art groups, photographers, antique sellers etc. There is also residential accommodation and a chance for walks through the grounds. Certainly worth looking out for.