4th September A Demonstration by Tony Homer.
Using boats to create a powerful composition.
Tony likes to work on two or three paintings at the same time using the theme of boats and their environment, which could include docks buildings and landscape, to give the work some context. He likes to use flat brushes and starts with thin washes of acrylic to get things going..
Sketchbooks and drawings done on site are key to his practice and he will have many examples of his sketchbooks available to help him decide what to do. He will also have some examples of artists’ work that have influenced his personal development. He likes to use bold colour, texture and contrasts in his work.
We usually have a coach trip in October. Watch this space for anouncements
Please contact Tricia on
Tel 01454 417236
if interested in booking coach trips
Our most recent coach trip...
Saturday 13th July We are again visiting our favourite national institutions: the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, and the Victoria & Albert Museum,So uth Kensington... PLUS we are adding the Wallace Collection. This is located in Hertford House, Manchester Square (just North of Oxford Street) and is the former town house of the Marquess of Hertford. It comprises of fine and decorative arts from the 15th to the 19th centuries, 18th century French paintings, furniture, arms and armour, porcelain and Old Master paintings arranged into 25 galleries. Another wonderful treasure house!
The coach travels direct to the London galleries, leaving Thornbury at 8.00am from outside Aldi, and departs London at 6.00pm from Trafalgar Square. The cost of the coach is £19, entrance to the Galleries and Museum is free.
Temporary Art Club membership for the day is £4 for any non members going. For more details and booking, contact Tricia on 01454 417236.
Our Mid Summer exhibition took place during Saturday 27th July to Sunday 4th August
Thank you to all who visited.
We had a wonderful varied selection of artwork on show and over 800 visitors through the door.
Thank you to all those who voted for their favourite painting. Pauline Wilson-Smith had the most votes for her acrylic painting "Preferred Silks". Second was a batik "Silk Wood" by Heather Morgan. Third was "The Clown", an acrylic painting by Nicola Latham.