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Chairman’s Log 22082017
The late summer exhibition has just ended and a good number of pictures by a selection of artists have been sold. Even your chairman has been successful, anyone heard saying the buyers must have been desperate, will be looked upon with displeasure.
I will hopefully be able to tell you the number of paintings sold and how much we took on 6th September.
Thank you all for not collecting your pictures before 4pm even so there were still people looking round while we were removing pictures.
The more controlled hanging system worked well and will be used at future exhibitions. Our displaying unframed pictures leaning on the rails or in stands of what we have called browser pictures, in the past, has been very successful. The cardboard stands were purchased from the SAA.
It works particularly well at Denbies but at Bourne Hall we will have to return to the wooden browsers as displaying that type of picture in that way is not practical.
Again I am sad to see that not all of our members displayed at Denbies. I again urge you all to put at least one entry into our exhibitions even a browser picture would be fantastic.
Our next exhibition is at Bourne Hall so easy to enter a picture and this year for the first time for many years we are going to have a reception on Wednesday 18th from 7.30pm till 9.00pm. We hope that the our reception will be opened by a council dignitary.
We will be handing out invitations in September. Please bring friends, family and anyone interested in art, along. There will be wine and nibbles of various sorts. There will be an opportunity to choose your favorite painting and a picture by one of the group's favourite artists will be raffled.
Make sure you are there even if it is only for a free glass of wine and some twiglets. So it must be the exhibition to enter.
I hope the message about our first event of the new season has reach everyone. Ann Wilkinson was due to give us a demo in pastels on 6th September but because of ill health she has had to pull out. However the spot has been filled by a Self Appraisal ably led by our own Dave Tribe. Many thanks to Dave for helping out. So bring any picture you have created on the Painting Days or during the summer
or just any picture.
Don’t forget if any member would like to contribute by giving a lecture, leading an appraisal or doing a demo, you are very welcome. Please contact Nicola our programme secretary, her e-mail address is on the About Us page of this web site.
The appreciation is enormous and your kudos will get a huge boost however the pay is terrible (in fact there isn’t any).
Hope to see you very soon.
LATE SUMMER DENBIES EXHIBITION
As you can see from our Chairman's report, the exhibition went very well. Bev
thought you might like to hear what the public has said in the Visitors Book. Very encouraging we think......
good variety of paintings, lots of vibrant colours and a wide range of themes!”
pictures Tony – wish I could afford one!”
exhibition – excellent work”
nice mix of artists and work”
pictures! Very enjoyable”
Wood is fantastic, also Marian Eastwood.
Very high standard” (take a bow you two!)
show. Thank you”
you for sharing warmth and creativity”
think the painting of the night scene with lamps string is great atmosphere” (well
done Bev) written by a small boy whose parents gave him £40 to spend. Which he spent
on a browser.
wonderful selection of varied media and artworks”
selection of art. Well worth the visit”
great variation of interesting paintings”
an artist, I can truthfully say there are some of the best paintings I have
seen in an exhibition”
the artwork” A wonderful variety”
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