John Byrne Exhibition
01-29 November “Sitting Ducks” Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
An exhibition of Brynes rich and varied portraits.
Napkin collage and decoupage
A fun, and very productive, evening of sticking down colourful paper. Thanks again to Jane Forrest.
We’ll be learning to do this on Wednesday! I’ve put a film showing how it’s done on angusgrantart.com as I can’t upload video to this site.
Yum! Coffee tastes so much better from a handmade mug when you’ve put lovely colourful glaze inside and drawn a picture of a monkey on the front of it using ceramic crayons. A few more practice goes and I’ll be ready for the ceramics workshops coming up before Christmas.
Check out our massive gallery!
Thanks to everyone who’s contributed. I’ll keep updating it every now and again with new images so if you missed the chance to get your work uploaded this time don’t worry. Jane Forrest uploaded some lovely tissue paper collage pictures ( a technique we’ll be looking at on September 24)
Thunder in the Glens
A good fun fundraising day. Thanks to everyone who helped out.
Landscape practice for the first September workshop.
Some practice pieces for the upcoming printing workshop.
Such a wonderful place to visit and sketch. For those who couldn’t make Rona’s trip, I’ve taken some pictures. We’ve got stacks more in the art room for you to look through for inspiration.
Painting outdoors 25 june
Meeting at school for 7pm then departing for Old Spey Bridge (Classic spey art group subject).
Group will be encouraged to sketch unusual viewpoints of this often painted landmark. Bring your favorate sketching media. watercolour and water soluable pencils encouraged but not essential.
I will provide some foldy chairs and a choice of “smidge” or “skin so soft”.
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