The club is now fully open and attendance is getting back to pre-Covid numbers.
The AGM was well attended and it was suggested, and voted on, that we become more of a day time club. A lot of our members are reluctant to come out on an evening and due to the rush hour traffic and dark nights this is understandable. We have the premises 24 hours a day seven days a week and we do not utilise the premises as we could.
We do wish to encourage new younger members so we will still continue with our programme on Monday and Wednesday evening. We will hold life drawing once a month and portrait evening once a month and also our critique evenings will still continue on Wednesday evenings. Other evening activities are in the syllabus.
The syllabus for the next three months can be seen on our Whats on page. It has been difficult to find guest demonstrators and artists who are willing to do workshops so we hope that you will bear with us with what has become a reduced syllabus. Fortunately a number of our members have stepped in to fill the breach and I wish to thank them. Please try and support them.
In addition to our syllabus events the club is open Tuesday 10.00am to 3.00pm, Thursday 10.00am to 3.00pm and Saturday 10.00am to 3.00pm for individual work. In addition the Thursday evening group, that has now been running since 2008, is still meeting and attempting to find our way round various mediums. 7.00pm to 9.00pm.
In a departure from our usual times we are also running silk painting workshops on a Sunday. These are run by Mary and a notice will go up on the board with details.
Images from Farsley members’ exhibition May 2019 > farsley exhibition 2019
Past exhibition images are displayed in the following links. Click to view :
> May 2018 images
> May 2017 images
> June 2016 images
> May 2015 images
> April 2014 images
> April 2013 images
> April 2012 images
> April 2011 images
> April 2010 images
> Exhibition details
See recent demonstrations on the home page blog.
See also our archive images of demonstrations by Jo Dexter, Lucia Smith, Sue Smith, Cath Inglis, Robert Brindley, Paul Talbot Greaves, Jeremy Taylor, Nigel Overton, Tracey Krupianka, Alex Purves, Les Packham, David Newbould, Richard Alred, Bruce Mulcahy, Sue Deighton and David Whiting
Click here > demonstrators’ gallery