Unless otherwise indicated the venue for all events listed here is the Sea Cadets Hall, Camperdown Terrace, Exmouth EX8 1EJ and time 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Guests are welcome to come to the evening meetings and the Hall does have wheelchair access.
Two competitions to brighten up our outlook - even if the weather lets us down. Enter either or both.
C1 Spring Lambs (Watercolour Pencils and/or Inktense)
C2 Days in the Sun (Acrylic or Oil)
Premier Inn Community Hall on Exmouth Seafront
Extensive range of paintings and cards to view and purchase
Also on sale a Kite Festival print by Lorna Porter and in aid of Exmouth Rotary
No admission charge and wheelchair access.
Also on 29th, 30th & 31st May in the Big Top on the Imperial Grounds
Free children's workshops with Helen Plant Creative making art out of recycled materials
No need to book - just come along between 10am to 4pm
Another two diverse topics for this month's competitions. Enter either or both.
C1 Standing Still (Pastels)
C2 Around the World (Mixed Media)
Jacqueline Gaylard specialises in painting animals and enjoys capturing the individual personalities of her subjects. She will be giving us an insight into the techniques she uses for producing that realistic soft fluffy fur, delicate whiskers, wet noses or elegant feathers in Acrylic.
Land and Sea are the focus for this month's competitions. Enter either or both.
C1 Nautical Theme (Watercolour)
C2 Devon Livestock (Acrylic)
The duo of competitions merited with awards donated by two Group members. The Paul Butler Salver for Architecture Landscape and the Neil Ashley Cup for Monochrome Drawing. Your choice of subject and enter either or both.
C1 Architecture Landscape (any Medium)
C2 Monochrome Drawing (Charcoal)
Several definitions can be applied as inspiration for both competitions this month. For example fete, fair, gala, carnival, fiesta, jamboree, pageant all immediately spring to mind for the Festival theme and breaking weather could be in respect to heat or cold, wetness or dryness, calm or storm, clearness or cloudiness. And enter either or both.
C1 Festivals (Acrylics or Oils)
C2 The Breaking Weather (IPad Art)
We cannot think of anyone more qualified than Ray Balkwill to give a talk on how every picture tells a story. A much admired and prolific artist he is sure to have some entertaining narratives to relate from the wide selection of paintings he has produced over the years.
You could say that this month's competitions have some atmospheric connection. Enter either or both.
C1 Constable's Legacy (Watercolour)
C2 Rainy Days (Pastel)