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Portrait Group

We have a friendly group of people who meet the first Wednesday of each month for our portrait workshop.

All Saints Church Hall, Smedley Street, Matlock

from 9.30  to 12 noon, £5 each - Including refreshments.

 

There are different models each month. The workshops are open to non members - all are welcome.

We are looking for models to sit for us - so if you would like your portrait painting please let use know.

For further details contact Doreen Andrews - 01629 824640

or email doreen.andrews@outlook.com

or Marilyn Micallef at micallef71@hotmail.com

or Chris Holt at chrisholt964@btinternet.com

 

Mutual Help Group

The Mutual Help Group meets monthy on the second Thursday and fourth Friday (not December) at All Saints Church Hall, Matlock, DE4 3JG

from 9.30am to 12 noon. The cost per session is £5.00 including refreshments. The main aim of this group is to provide

an opportunity for people to work on their own pictures in a friendly supportive environment. Occasionally an experienced tutor might be invited to run the session,

for example on still life, or a member of the group might give a demonstration of an experimental technique. Both members and non members are welcome to attend

 

Date for your diary - Thursday 13"‘ December 2018 RICHARD HOLLAND (Matlock Artists society Member) : ‘Crashing Seas’ Half day demonstration and workshop (watercolour and oils) open to all 9.30am — 12 noon. Richard is a landscape artist, who has had an interest in art since primary school. He uses watercolour and oil sketches as well as back up photographs from location to create his works. Richard's subjects range from landscape, the semi-abstract flow of water and waterfalls to still life and the play of light. In addition to teaching art and running his own workshops, Richard writes articles for the Leisure Painter, the Artists and Illustrators and international Contemporary Artist magazines. provide an opportunity for people to work on their own pictures in a friendly supportive environment. Occasionally an experienced tutor might be invited to run the session, for example on still life, or a member of the group might give a demonstration of an experimental technique. Both members and non members are welcome to attend.

 

First four examples of portraits by Colin Daffern.

Three more examples.

      

 

         

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