Calendar

Events: August – December 2019

August

St. Barnabus Summer Fair.

Saturday August 3rd from 10.30 am – 3.30 pm.  A wonderful opportunity for us to exhibit our art and craft work in a beautiful setting.

Open Studios at Bexhill Museum

Second Sunday of each month –  11 a.m. ’till 4 p.m.  Members are able to work and sell items in the Education Room of the Museum.  £4 per session, 10% of any sales goes to BAW.  New participants are always welcome.

Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided but you need to bring your own lunch.

Continues Sunday 11th August. Tel 846477 or enquire via the contact form (please type ‘Museum’ in the ‘Subject’ Box). 

Summer Drawing Outdoors

Tuesday 13th August 2 – 4 pm.  Meet in the Manor Barn Car Park to go to St. Peter’s churchyard to draw the church and cottages.

BAW AGM

The club’s AGM is on Wednesday August 28th at 7pm at Gullivers Bowls Club, Knole Road. Details are in the newsletter.

September

Life drawing and portrait group will resume in September.  For additional information please visit the ‘What we do’ page of this web site.

Portrait Group

Term begins on Monday 2nd September, 9.30 – 12.00 at St. Peter’s Community Centre.

Price £60 per term (10 sessions), or £7 per session for those who wish to come only occasionally.

Subsequent sessions – 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September, see also October and November entries.

Telephone Maggie on 732891, or use the contact form (please type ‘Portrait Group’ in the ‘Subject’ box).

Open Studios at Bexhill Museum – Sunday 8th September, 11 am ’till 4 pm, in the Education Room of the Museum, working together for fun.

£3 per session – Tea and coffee provided but please bring your own lunch.

See the August entry for details.

Life Drawing

The Thursday Evening Life Drawing sessions will resume on September 26th 2019, 7.00 p.m. ’till 9, at the Methodist Church Hall, Parkhurst Road, Bexhill (opposite ‘4+2’), £60 for nine sessions, or £30 for four sessions.

Subsequent sessions – see October and November entries

October

Autumn Workshops

Tuesday 1st and Tuesday 15th October, 2.15 – 4.15 in the small hall at St. Stephen’s Church, Woodsgate Park / Downs Road. £20 for all eight workshops payable on the first visit, or £5 each if not wanting to commit to more than 4 sessions.

October’s topic will be Indian Ink Washout techniques (Di Jones). Please bring Indian Ink, white gouache, heavy cartridge or watercolour paper, a board to place your work on (can be hardboard), tape, a pencil and a subject to work from, such as a natural form. You will need brushes – a small one and a largish one. Watercolour paints can be used to enhance the finished work if desired.

Open Studios at Bexhill Museum – Sunday October 13th – see the August entry for details.

Portrait Group

October 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th.  See the September entry for details.

Life Drawing

October 3rd, 10th, 24th and 31st (No session on the 17th). See the September entry for details.

November

Designer Maker Fair – Saturday 2nd November, 10 am until 4 pm. at the Studio in the De La Warr Pavilion.

Portrait Group

November 4th (last session) .  See the September entry for details.

Autumn Workshops

Tuesday 5th and Tuesday 19th November, 2.15 – 4.15 in the small hall at St. Stephen’s Church, Woodsgate Park / Downs Road.

Ways to work with coloured pencils and water-soluble pencils – (Mel Durrant). Please bring a variety of papers and any coloured pencils you have. There will some water-soluble ones to borrow if you do not have any.

Life Drawing

November 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th.  See the September entry for details.

Open Studios at Bexhill Museum – Sunday November 10th. See the August entry for details.

December

Life Drawing

December 5th (last session).  See the September entry for details.

Christmas Social Evening – Friday 6th December, 7p.m. Further details are in the October newsletter.

2020

The Tuesday workshops for early 2020 have been planned as follows:

February 2020 – 4th and 18th – techniques in pastel.

March 2020 – 3rd and 17th – techniques using pen and ink with watercolour.

Further information will be in the next newsletter.