Thank you to all those of you who came along to see us at the Lansdown Gallery in Stroud in May. We welcomed visitors of all ages, some who has come specially and some who dropped in whilst passing. We had some very positive responses and much lively discussion about the themes and ideas behindContinue reading “Thank You”
Our exhibition is installed and we would be lucky to see you there! Our two new members Monika Haeussler- Goeschel and Marian Murphy present their work and we are happy to have them in the group! The gallery is open till 15. May – each day from 11.00 to 16.00
Our exhibition of new work opens today at Lansdown Gallery, Stroud. Please pop along and see us. A busy day yesterday, setting up with our willing helpers, Vince and David. Thank you.
Monika Brueckner To come back into creative work, I started an online course with Katie Sollohub: “Memory of the self “. By working through the different tasks, I came over with blind drawing. In mind we should go through our house and draw things, places, or objects we remember. The outcome was fascinating. I always stoppedContinue reading “Time – Live – Objects”
We arrange virtual meet-ups at the beginning and end of the day to discuss what we are planning to do and then what we have achieved. A time to think, explore, draw, experiment, continue with ongoing work. Some of the ideas members are working with. Figure 1&2 Caroline Hibbs – cloth and stitch Figure 3&4Continue reading “Working together days”
Walking to the beach 2 miles from my home is worth every step whatever the weather, standing to watch the sun rise is such a precious and peaceful time. Combing the shore, what will I find; a stone with a hole right through, what made the hole? An empty shell, a piece of driftwood, oneContinue reading “WALKING BY THE SEA”
We are working towards our next exhibition in May 2022: Rhythm of Time
A Path, a way A beginning, a journey An arriving, a beginning A path forward This is my arriving, beginning and way forward.
What to do and where to begin? This is a question I often find myself asking when a previous piece is completed. I am trying to stick to my rule of not buying new materials unnecessarily when I have lots of supplies lying around just asking to be worked on. Looking for inspiration in aContinue reading “Small beginnings: Marilyn Hall”