Like many others, Anne and I have found the past year somewhat challenging.
No art classes to attend. No exhibitions. No galleries to visit.
Not to mention the effect of ‘staying at home’ and worries as to how many more lockdowns might be needed.
But, it seems we are now returning to normal, and I’m returning to blogging at long last.
We must look on the bright side?
- I’m delighted delighted that Anne and I have both had our two jabs. (We are still wearing our masks though.)
- I’m delighted too that members of the South Hams Art Forum (SHAF) have spent the fallow months working on their amazing website.
SHAF website news
For a number of years, I’ve been a proud member of SHAF. Their website has recently been transformed and you can see works of mine and the many other talented artists there.
SHAF events at Harbour House
I’ve enjoyed taking part in the SHAF exhibitions at Harbour House in Kingsbridge in the past, and there are two events scheduled for Harbour House.
Both will provide opportunities for you to see the fantastic creations of a cross-section of SHAF artists.
SHAF Arts Trail: 16-31 October 2021
I’ve also enjoyed hosting the Arts Trail from my home, Beacon House, in Salcombe.
This year, things will be a bit different. Anne and I have decided we cannot host the Arts Trail (put that down to advanced years and recent health issues!) but we will be supporting SHAF artists all the same.
Watch this space!
However, we will continue to welcome visitors all year round. Contact me if you would like to arrange a time to view, by private appointment, at Beacon House Gallery, within my home in Salcombe. .
SHAF on social media
A new SHAF artist is featured each week on Instagram and Facebook.
I can thoroughly recommend that all local artists join South Hams Art Forum (SHAF). Full details here.