An Evening with Tony Chance

Kidderminster Art Society were delighted to welcome Tony Chance to tonight’s meeting at Trimpley Village Hall.

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Tony has a passion for drawing and has been known to do up to 40 drawings in one day! He is also a fine watercolour artist and uses coloured pencils and oils. Tonight he showed us some of the artwork he has done over the years and finished off the evening doing a quick demo on his Ipad using the ‘Brushes’ app.

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Talk by Tony Chance 3rd April 2014

On Thursday 3rd April 2014 we look forward to welcoming Tony Chance who will talk about earning a living from his art as a story-board artist.

His talk will be accompanied by slides and story boards for films.

The meeting is at Trimpley Village Hall, DY12 1NZ, commencing at 7.15pm.

Tea and coffee will be served during a break.  Members £3.00 and Visitors £5.00.  Further details from Claire, tel 01299 405115.

Visit Tony’s site to see some of his work  http://www.tonychance.co.uk/

Appraisal Evening with Jim McIntyre (BWS)

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More beautiful and interesting paintings were brought to Trimpley Village Hall for the appraisal evening on Thursday 27th March .  

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Clare Spencer introduced Jim McIntyre our appraiser for the evening and provided us with a surprising synopsis of Jim’s life and work. He is no stranger to the society and as a ‘life coast-13member’ he has sat on the committee and provided great support for the society for many years. He provided a very thorough and insightful appraisal of each painting offering coast-12praise and constructive criticism to help the artist with their work.

The works of art submitted by members, as always, were of a high coast-11standard and a good range of subjects based on the theme for the month which was ‘Coast’ .

I have taken a few photos of some of the painting but would coast-9love to hear from other members with any contributions for this post or for other pages. We need more images of the coast-8societies activities and the art work produced by members so please send in your comments,. Thanks:  Kathi Burrell

Please send your thoughts, ideas and pictures to Kathi Burrell at kathi.burrell@yahoo.co.uk or to  Karen Hotchkiss  at karensstudio@hotmail.com

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Appraisal Night on 27 March

The next meeting of the Kidderminster Art Society will be on Thursday 27th March 2014. To be held at Trimpley Village Hall at 7.15 pm.

We look forward to welcoming Jim McIntyre (BWS) for our monthly appraisal on the subject of The Coastline.

For the uninitiated; every month we invite a guest to critique any works that members have been doing during the month. The painting can be in any medium and each month there is a different theme.  These evenings are generally very well attended and guests are welcome to come along.

The Theme for April will be ” A Social Event”

For full list of meetings see the drop down menu What’s On, or click here

Work Night 20th March

The Kidderminster Art Society’s next meeting will be on 20th March at Trimpley Village Hall. The theme for March is ‘The Coastline’.

If you are thinking about joining the Kidderminster Art Society, why not come along for a free ‘taster’ and meet some of the members. The Work Nights are very friendly and informal. Just bring some paper or sketchbook and something to draw or paint with.

The evening starts at around 7.15 p.m. until about 9.15

Work Night at Trimpley Village Hall

There was a good turnout tonight at the work night at Trimpley Village Hall. We are pleased to welcome another new member, Ruth, who joined us for the first time.
The theme for March is ‘Coastline’ and there were a number of items, such as rocks, shells and driftwood, brought in to draw or for inspiration. Shelley also brought a crate load of books on the ‘coastline theme’ from her extensive library – Thanks Shelley!