2021-2022 Programme

4th August - Ailsa Lynn - watercolour.  Ailsa prefers watercolour for its immediacy and spontaneity, and for the way the colours come alive when the light shines through.  Hand painted paper in collage adds texture, pattern and a more abstract feel. www.ailsalyn.co.uk

1st September - Christine Lester - Figures in Landscape in acrylics.  An experienced tutor and demonstrator, she enjoys the buzz of painting in front of a live audience, which she has missed in the past year, and says this is often where she performs her most adventurous work.  Christine has experimented widely with mediums and subject matter, but invariably returns to the subjects she finds most engaging: people and animals. www.christinelester.co.uk

6th October - Tom Cringe - Seascape in Acrylics  Tom is a professional artist specialising in landscapes and seascapes inspired by the beauty and skies of Norfolk and beyond. He offers a range of tutorial opportunities online. Most excitingly his new venture is to offer Kayak Art Trips on the Norfolk Broads www.tomcringe.co.uk

3rd November - Mo Teeuw - Norfolk Coast in Oils.  Mo is an award winning professional artist who specialises in plein air painting. She is also an experienced tutor both here and on painting holidays abroad. www.moteeuw.co.uk

1st December - In house demonstrator

2022    2nd February - Jim Power - The Horse?  Jim is an established and talented Equestrian artist. The theme of his demonstration has yet to be fully decided but will probably be a painting focussing on the horse or equestrian life.


2nd March - Brin Edwards  is a wildlife artist and illustrator, and an experienced tutor. Brin says that, while his illustrations are precise, his paintings  have a personal and expressive way of depicting the natural world. He works mainly in oils but will be demonstrating Birds in acrylic for us. www.brin-edwards.com

Mo Teeuw IEA demonstrating her wonderful oil painting, that she would normally do plein air to capture the essence of the light on the landscape. Images © Mo Teeuw