Sock Gallery Exhibition at Loughborough Town Hall...On now.
Alan Oliver on Saturday May 18th 11-12.30
Peter Barker on Thursday May 23rd 10-12.30
Model's Gaze by Barbara Agg
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Peter's work can be seen throughout the year at:
Marine House Gallery, Beer, Devon www.marinehouseatbeer.co.uk
Stamford Artists Gallery, Stamford, Lincs
T he Little Picture Gallery, Mousehole, Cornwall: www.littlepicturesrnousehole.co.uk
Croft Wingates Gallery, Market Harborough, Leics: www.croftwingates.co.uk
Follow Peter's blog: http://peter‑peterbarkerpaintings.blogspot.co.uk .
Mevagissey Dawn by Peter Barker
Closure of Catmose Gallery
The closure of the gallery was an arrogant act of cultural vandalism by Catmose College.
Keep Out and Stay Out
'Watercolour Paintings People, Places and Landscapes'. Have a look at it on: www.blurb.com/books/1974749. It can be ordered from this site.
Kerry has recently been approached to publish a book, fronted by the famous television presenter and cameraman Simon King OBE. Kerry will be showcasing a whole new collection of 'big cat' oil paintings, pastel paintings and a multitude of sketches etc, whilst raising funds and awareness of their plight.
We often get asked what pastel classes exist in the Leicestershire and Rutland areas from all abilities, not just beginners. Now if you know of, or are running a class please let us know and we can pass the information on. Below are art classes run by our members.
Margaret Chapman runs art groups at her church: Oadby Free Church. North Memorial Hall, Stoughton Rd, Oadby, Leics.
Adventures in Art is now on Tuesday mornings, 9.30 - 12.00 Noon, each 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, term time.
These are open to all, beginners or experienced. Materials are provided. Suggest a donation of £2 each time to cover costs.
Contact Margaret: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or just roll up.
Kerry Newell's 'Fur and Feather Demonstration' - bookings for 2013 are now being taken, ideal for schools / colleges and art groups. As well as demonstrating techniques, Kerry will also display finished and unfinished works allowing participants to gain invaluable advice and expert tips.
Enquiries: email@example.com or phone 07752 325 031
Maggie Price passed away on the morning of 4th April. She had been hospitalised for the past week with pneumonia which was just too much for her to overcome having just finished chemo and radiation treatments.
Liz Haywood-Sullivan has established a perpetual award in Maggie's name to be given at every IAPS exhibition, starting with the Convention. Maggie was all about education and so this award is for an emerging artist. People will be wanting to do something in her memory and so they could donate to help fund this perpetual award. Details are now on the IAPS website at http://www.pastelinternational.com/
The Prospectuses for the Twenty-Second Juried Exhibition
and the Second Master Circle Exhibition are now available for download
on the IAPS website and also on
OnlineJuriedShows.com and scroll down to get to our two shows. You
can log in and sign up right on that web site.