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The website gives details of their extensive range of brushes, including many unconventional designs to add variety to brush strokes. Brushes available for all media plus details to order by mail.
For the gifted artist expression, form and function are as natural as light and darkness. Add a century of refined experience in addition to an unrestrained logical creative imagination and as sure as the ultramarine pigment comes from the Lapis stone, you have the qualities of our main supplier; Royal Talens.
Andy has been painting from a very early age and has a repertoire in Traditional Painting and Digital Art.
Click here to go to Andy's website.
Also click on the deviantart.com link to see more work.
Panni's paintings are spiritually inspired dream paintings and skyscapes where the sky is the dominant feature and the urban landscape is much smaller but nevertheless significant. Some of her skyscapes show how human interaction plays direct significance.
The Friendly Society of Artists is a national network of both amateur, and professional United Kingdom artists, who share a love of painting outdoors, in a variety of media. They have regular outdoor meetings at Clumber Park (first Monday of the month, or second if the first is a bank holiday) to which we have been invited - details on their web site. They also have painting holidays twice a year. They have some pictures on their web site, as well as links to other sources.
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Derwent-Wye's Exhibit Gallery can be found on the A6 on the right just before the junction with the Chatsworth road (when travelling from Bakewell). It is quite easy to miss if you do not know where to look. You search will be well-rewarded as this gallery puts on some landmark exhibitions, focussing on local artists. The had the 'A Century of Sheffield Art' at the same time as our 'In the Frame' exhibition during 2008. Check on their web-site to see what is on.
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The Church Farm Gallery will be well-known to many Heeley Art Club members whose pictures have graced its walls. The gallery specialises in local landscapes (although not exclusively) most of which have been done by local artists. The size of the gallery belies the range of work on show.
The Cupola Gallery is a well-established gallery. It has a continual programme of exhibitions of stimulating art. The website has an impressive set of links to artists, many of whom have had exhibitions at Cupola.
The magazine needs no introduction. Its associated web site has subscription details, a chat page (onto which you can post links to pictures to invite comment and discussion) and will have details of the Artists and Illustrators Exhibition held around July every year.
Amateurs and professionals alike have their own pages and galleries within this site for anyone to view. Some artwork is also for sale as prints or special items such as mousemats, mugs etc.
Arranged by The Rotary Club of Abbeydale, this event is established now as, probably, the largest Children’s Art Exhibition in the UK with an extensive range of paintings from over 50 Sheffield Schools. Also, there are special displays of works produced by children from the Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind, Ward M3 at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital and from a group of Orphans in Zimbabwe
WEA PAINTING AND DRAWING CLASSES
Hands on learning opportunities for beginners and more experienced artists to develop their theoretical knowledge of art history and practical skills in painting and drawing. Learn at your own pace and level, alongside a working artist in a friendly, relaxing and supportive atmosphere. Courses support learners to produce their own art using pencils, charcoal, watercolours and acrylics.
The use of preliminary sketches and personal portfollios will be explored along with the basics of drawing including composition, perspective and figurework.
Creative techniques include under-drawings,working wet on dry, working wet into wet, line and wash; using a restricted palette, colour relationships and line and wash.
Learners at different levels of development are encouraged to attend with more experienced artists sharing their individual approaches to creative drawing and painting..
Fees: £71.50 for 11 sessions. If you receive certain benefits you may be entitled to a free course. For further information please contact the tutor.