In the Shakespeare Barn, Michele Summers’ greeting and explanation of activities got everyone into the creative mood.
The West Norfolk Artist Association in partnership with King’s Lynn Festival have put together a wonderful range of art activities to celebrate Heritage Open Day; including drop-in creative sessions, workshops, demonstrations, and a heritage treasure trail for all.
Sorry, all workshops are fully booked.
Each year during the Summer Exhibition at St. Ncholas Chapel in King’s Lynn, a series of free art workshops is run by the West Norfolk Artists Association. This year there are 6 workshops to choose from. Four are for any level of experience, one for more experienced painters and one for children.
The words supplied with his proposal are:
A post made from two planks of seasoned oak, the wood that built the battleships that defeated Napoleon and built the British Empire.
From the 19th to 24th June, David Cook returns as Artist in Residence at Nature in
Art. The museum is dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by Nature. lt’s situated just off the A38, at Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester, GL2 9PA.
Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios 2018 will take place from Saturday 26 May – Sunday 10 June.
For 16 days each year, Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios celebrates the county’s artists and their achievements by offering them the opportunity to open their doors to the public to exhibit, sell and talk about their work. In 2018 over 450 artists will take part from over 250 studios and venues.
SATURDAY 14TH APRIL 2018
HINDOLVESTON VILLAGE HALL NR20 5DD
10 am to 4 pm
Learn how to create a simple fabric appliqué with hand stitch. Based on traditional Broderie Perse this workshop uses commercially printed fabrics to create a small floral panel. It is suitable for beginners or experienced stitchers, using simple methods of cutting, bonding and hand stitching.
10.00 – 4.00pm
Bring your own equipment and lunch to share.
Thursday 15th February – model Tony
Thursday 29th March – model tbc
To book a place or more information,
please email: email@example.com
Colin Mason aviation artist was commissioned earlier this year to paint on an outside wall that is 60ft long, by 8ft and 12ft high at The Wellington Pub in Feltwell. Since June, he has managed to spend on average three days a week painting the mural in-between giving art lessons in the studio above the Arts Lounge Gallery in Swaffham. Until recently, Colin has been very lucky with the weather – so long as it is dry that’s the main thing.