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  HIGHCLIFFE ART FELLOWSHIP

PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS 2018

 

METHODIST CHURCH HALL, LYMINGTON ROAD, HIGHCLIFFE

2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. 

*****  VISITORS WELCOME  *****

 


Wednesday 4th April

Penny Wilton

Penny’s paintings show her love of the landscapes and seascapes as well as stunning abstract images.  She will be demonstrating a painting in textured mixed media. 

www.pennywilton.co.uk

 

Wednesday 2nd May

Jamie Boots

Jamie is a wildlife artist who produces his work in graphite pencil.  The finest detail is achieved by etching fur or skin texture into the paper then working over the top of it with darker tones of pencil. 

www.jamieboots.com

 

Wednesday 6th June

Professor Anthony Slinn

Vincent van Gogh – The True Story 

“There aren't enough superlatives to describe this lecture!!  To a packed hall, Prof Anthony Slinn delivered the most insightful, entertaining and visually stunning lecture … “

 

Wednesday 4th July

Linda Patterson

Annual Highcliffe Art Fellowship Pre-Exhibition Critique

Members are invited to bring along one of their own paintings and to learn from Linda’s perceptive eye and constructive comments. 

www.lindapatterson.co.uk

 

Our Summer Exhibition is open Wednesday 1st August - Monday 20th August 2018

10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.  CLOSED SUNDAYS.  Closes 3.00 p.m. on last day

 

Wednesday 5th September

Hashim Akib

This artist paints highly vibrant and energetic scenes in acrylics.  Street Scene, Marinescape, Trees or Portrait.  Which will it be? 

www.hashimakib.co.uk

 

Wednesday 3rd October

Alexander Creswell

Alexander’s an internationally celebrated artist known for his extraordinary fluency and technical skill in watercolour and his remarkable ability to capture “the spirit of the place.” 

His illustrated talk is sure to be fascinating.  This will be Alexander’s third visit to Highcliffe and each time we’ve enjoyed a full house.  Get to the hall early!

www.alexandercreswell.com

 

Wednesday 7th November

Paul Dolman

Paul creates wonderfully atmospheric and vivid landscapes and seascapes full of life and drama.  His paintings have achieved international recognition for their quality, clarity and dramatic light.  Paul will be painting a seascape in oils.

www.pauldolman.co.uk

 

Wednesday 5th December

Annual General Meeting

All welcome!