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Members monthly update – May 2020

May 2020

As the bank holiday weekend approaches, we thought we’d share some of new arty opportunities that are available to you courtesy of the SAA:

Live Tutorials on Facebook

There are Artist Demo Days taking place on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th May

Whether you’re looking to try a new medium or learn a new technique; Denise, Ali, Jeremy, Ali, Sharon and Matthew are sure to give you all the confidence, enthusiasm and inspiration you will need!  They are all demonstrating live on Facebook at the following times:

  • Friday at 12pm – Birds of Prey in Mixed Media by Alison C Board
  • Friday at 2pm – Spring Woodland with Matthew Palmer
  • Friday at 4pm – Crashinhg waves in Acrylic with Denise Allen
  • Saturday at 12pm Stages of Watercolour with Sharon hurst
  • Saturday at 2pm – Foxgloves in Mixed media with Ali Hargreaves
  • Saturday at 4pm – Aurora Borealis in Gouache with Jeremy Ford

I’ve linked the events on the Fareham Art Group Facebook page, or you can go straight to the page for Artist Demo Days by searching for it on the internet.

Tutorials on YouTube

Local artist Stewart Beckett had put a series of paint along tutorials on You ‘tube.  You can access them through this link:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL_K2RBOPS6qZxvZ4OL_HYg

Tutorials on Television

Another event coming up, this time on BBC Four Television is ‘Life Drawing Live’ on Tuesday 12 May at 8pm.

We need your paintings to refresh the gallery on our website

If you have a finished painting or drawing that you would like us to put on our website online gallery please email a photograph of your painting to me at farehamartgroupinfo@gmail.com

Would you like to join with other members on a weekly or by-weekly painting challenge

One of our members has suggested that it would be nice if the Tuesday painters, or other groups of painters could get together and each create a painting of a subject and again share this online either through our website or Facebook page.  If you’d like to do this why not get a group together and email me the finished results.