£40 per person including all Materials. This will be a one day class with a messy emphasis and an opportunity to play with a variety of materials creatively. The second half of the day will be used to transform the mess into a creative portrait from your own source materials. This is an opportunity to… Continue reading Experimental Portrait Painting Workshop
ArtistsWorkhouse is very happy to announce the launch of a new networking and creative project Face to Face. Face to Face – The Launch Event: Sat 19th May Interim Exhibition showing works in progress by: Deb Catesby, Carolyn Morris, Brian Cook, Chris Rider and Dawn Harris 5.00pm – 5.10pm – Introduction and refreshments 5.10pm –… Continue reading Face to Face – Launch Sat 19th May
Please download your application form: Balance – AW Open Art Competition 2018 (r) Looking forward to another stunning show this summer. Best wishes, AW A couple of images that capture the great exhibition and event from 2017 open art competition ‘Regeneration’. Overall Winner Abigail Day.
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Magical colour mono-printing. One day workshop, Saturday 10th March 2018 £60 per person, includes materials A fun workshop that frees you to play with print and colour. We start with some quick playful exercises with colour, and then move on to mono-printing. Using various pigments, resists, stencils and layering colours you will make your own… Continue reading Magical Colour Mono-printing Workshop
ArtistsWorkhouse is opening the 2018 season with an exhibition by Resident Artists and Guests. The group of exhibiting artists have been meeting to discuss and develop their ideas for this exhibition during the last few months, all interpreting the title of this exhibition in very different ways, producing new works specifically for this exhibition. Inspiration… Continue reading I Think This World is Magical
Face to Face is a venture by three artists, working under the umbrella of ArtistsWorkhouse in Studley. We are looking to form a new network linking together contemporary artists in our rural area who would benefit from a place to meet up for discussions, collaborations and projects, initially based around the notion of meeting (in real life… Continue reading Face to Face