LSA 2018-19 programme of events

The Programme for Monday Evening Meetings 2018/2019
 
Monthly meetings are held in The Assembly Rooms, Town Hall, Devizes
and commence at 7.15pm
 
Annual Membership Subscription  
Adults: £20.00, there is an additional £2 per member when attending the monthly meetings. 
Students: (aged 25 years and under) £6.00
 
 
2018
3 September  Catherine Beale – Demonstration; Watercolour
Watercolourist Catherine will excite us with her special personal style of ‘Gravity Painting’! She has many paintings in galleries worldwide and now has a Studio/Gallery in Bath.
1 October  Paul Arnott – Demonstration; Acrylic/Gouache
Return of popular talented professional artist to create a seascape. Pick up more tips and hints from this versatile artist.
5 November  Ronald Swanwick – Talk; ‘From Impressionism to Modernism’
Professional painter and adult tutor for over 40 years, Ronald has Illustrated many books, undertaken murals and many commissions.
3 December  Annual General Meeting – Meet up for a Social Evening and ‘air’ your views of the Society!
 
2019
7 January  Bill Mather – Demonstration; Caricature
An interesting start to the year with multi-talented former creator of animation films, local artist and sculptor. Who will be the lucky subject?
4 February  Alan Padwick O.B.E. – Talk; Sir Thomas Lawrence – Royal Portrait Painter
So who is ‘Sir Thomas Lawrence’? Join us this evening and learn more about ‘Our Own Local hero’. Alan was our Chairman for many years and is a talented artist and accomplished speaker.
4 March  Dee Cowell – Demonstration; Mixed media
Be inspired by International artist, who will create ‘an African Scene’ for us. Dee gets her inspiration from living in Zimbabwe, South Africa and The Far East.
1 April  Max Hale – Critique
Return of another popular artist – What will he do next?  Bring your own special paintings for his constructive and qualified analysis. Look out for more information regarding this evening.
13 May  Phil Madley – Demonstration; Encaustic Wax 
An innovative, contemporary artist and teacher who will challenge your senses. Prepare to be amazed by this technique practiced by the Ancient Greeks; abstract, flowers, seascape and landscapes!
3 June  Paul Oakley – Demonstration; Oils
Creating a Sense of Place; a Semi-abstract landscape. Another talented member of our Society, Paul is also Chairman of The Marlborough Open Studios. 
1 July  Marie Antoniou – Demonstration; Acrylics
Bold colour in a contemporary impressionistic interpretation; A wildlife scene. Marie was Wildlife Artist of the Year (David Shepherd) in 2017 and 
BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year in 2013. She is a regular contributor to ‘The Artist’.

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