Epsom and Ewell Art Group

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 USE YOUR CAR STICKERS.

There is no excuse, even if you don't have a car, be inventive find one!

Let everyone know about this fantastic

ARTgroup

"probably the best art group in the world"



Website

If you would like any advice about setting up a page on our website please contact either
Barbara Stevens (
barbara.stevens@hotmail.co.uk) or Richard. 

PS  The lack of a camera or a computer is not a stumbling block to having a presence on the website. Remember 87% of the adult population in the UK have web access and probably 110% of young people.

Advice is available from Barbara Stevens on how to improve the look of your web page.

If you would like suggestions on what to write on your page or even for The Easel please contact Vicky or Richard.

If you have any pictures you wish to add to your page please send them to Roland or Richard.

And lastly, if you have a problem connecting to the web etc. please contact Richard or Barbara. We may not have a clue but we may know a person who does!

(e-mail addresses on About us page)

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Guidelines for creating a .jpg of your art work to be put on your web page


    1    Take a photo of your painting before you frame/glaze it.
    2    Use photo software to crop (if necessary) and resize your photo.  

  The final size should be in the range 100 KB to 150 KB.
    3    Save the file as a .jpg
    4    *Change the file name to your name followed by the title of your painting.  

           For example: JohnSmith_HarbourView.jpg, or MaryJones_Landscape1.jpg
    6    Attach the file to an email and send it to Richard Seymour or Roland Vassallo 

* To change the file name, select the .jpg, right click then select "Rename" from the drop-down menu, and then type your new file name.

There are numerous software packages available to enable you to crop/resize your pictures.  For example, you can download PhotoRazor  (Windows) for free: http://photorazor.en.uptodown.com/.

HE'S BEEN FRAMED!

The e-mail address of Steve Andrews the framer from Leatherhead who gave us such an excellent talk on September 7th is :- mrsteveandrews@ntlworld.com

ADVENTURES IN ART

is run by Carol Hallett at Glyn Hall on Monday Afternoon

2pm till 6pm

at a subscription of £5 per week.

You are asked to pay 3 weeks in advance.

Each week is themed but not compulsory so you could do your own thing.

Carol I am sure is well known to you all from the art club

If you would like to join this band of artists please contact Carol

by phone:  0208 786 8686

by e-mail: carol.hallett@btinternet.com

and I believe there are tea and biscuits but don't quote me

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Message from Carol Hallet

I painted some poppies on silk which I finally framed and gave them to my son. He asked the British Legion if they would like to use them in a design for tea towels to be printed this year as part of their fund raising for the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War
To my surprise they accepted and I have a few of a limited edition of them
If anyone in the Epsom and ewell art group would like one they should get in touch with me. A cost of £5 (or more if anyone wishes to donate to the British legion)All proceeds will be sent to the British Legion.
I will be at Glynn Hall on Monday the 16th and 23rd from 2-6pm and will have some of the tea towels with me
 Carol Hallet

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The painting day at Wyvale Garden Centre, Dorking. Wednesday 22nd August. pictured some of the artists.

Picture kindly taken by Margret Eggleton

Please visit our new website:


epsomandewellartgroup.com