Spring term art classes at Salcombe Art Club
Yes, it’s time to start thinking about signing up for spring term art classes at Salcombe Art Club.
Although I paint a lot and some would say I’m quite good at it, there’s always something new to learn … and these classes are brilliantly tutored and great fun to attend.
Which classes have I signed up for?
I have signed up for five workshops/classes- which will keep me busy on Tuesdays and Fridays – and a couple of weekends – ahead of the start of the Main Exhibition on Friday 30 March 2018.
- Painting in Acrylics or Watercolour with Michael Hill: Tues 9 Jan – 6 Mar (except 13 Feb = half term) 10am – 3.30pm
- Oil Painting with Ian Carr: Fri 12 Jan – 16 Mar 10am – 3.30pm
- Travelling Light Oil Painting with Ian Carr: Sat & Sun 3/4 Feb 10.30am – 4pm
- Untutored Life Drawing: Tues 13 Feb, 13 March, 20 March 10am – 1pm
- Portrait Workshop with Jenny Johnson: Sat 24 Feb 10am– 4pm
Are there other classes?
Yes! Classes are arranged each term – Autumn and Spring. Apart from the ones I’ve chosen there are several others …
- The Enjoyment of Drawing with Jennifer Johnson
- Watercolour and Mixed Media with Jennifer Johnson.
- Woodcuts, 3 day workshop with Rod Nelson
- Caroline Barker’s Linocut Workshop with Colour
Plus, there are ‘Studio Painting Days’ which provide an opportunity to spend a day painting in the company of like-minded artists and ‘Untutored printmaking’ for experienced printmakers.
To attend, you need to be a member of Salcombe Art Club.
How do you become a member?
There are three categories of membership.
- Lay members may take part in workshops, courses and social activities and generally assist in supporting the club but may not exhibit.
- Associate members may take part in most club activities including exhibiting in the Little Studio section (but not the main gallery) of the Annual Summer Exhibition. Associate members also have voting rights at the annual AGM.
- Full members may take part in all club activities and exhibit their works in the Annual Summer Exhibition when they are required to carry out their share of stewarding duties. Full members also have voting rights at the annual AGM.