November reminders

A gentle reminder of this month’s items…

Drop-In session

The Drop-in is next Wednesday, 9th, at the Community Hall on Hursley Road, 10 till 1. If you haven’t already made your piece for December’s social event, you might like to fix that here!

Workshop

Phil Biggs
Phil Biggs

Sunday 13th is the watercolour workshop with Phil Biggs, which looks most interesting, but is fully booked. And please note it is Sunday, not the more usual Saturday.

Life Drawing

The following Sunday is month’s life drawing session, and like the watercolour workshop, is the last one of the year.

Zoom Demo

We start our winter demonstrations on Wednesday through the medium of Zoom (at your own home, or place of convenience). Life drawing in charcoal, by Paul Berryman. Watch for the members email with log-in details.


A Painter’s Paradise: Monet’s Garden at Giverny

Chandlers Ford Art Group were treated to a whistlestop tour of Monet’s Garden after their AGM on April 20th.

Dr Anne Anderson is well used to entertaining and informing groups both on land and afloat, but nobody was at sea during her fascinating presentation of the artist’s life, trials, tribulations and gardening.

Anne Anderson CFAG
Dr Anne Anderson after her presentation

Claude Monet is of course, well known as the artist who launched Impressionism – or at least whose ‘Impression: Sunrise’ gave the movement its name.

Continue reading “A Painter’s Paradise: Monet’s Garden at Giverny”

Monet’s Garden follows our Annual General Meeting

This year we will be holding a real, live, in person Annual General Meeting! Not by Zoom, not online – but with real committee members and – hopefully – most of our members!
Reserve the date: Wednesday 20th April. 

Enjoy the promise of immersion in Monet’s Garden after the (mercifully short) important bits.

Our speaker – Dr Anne Anderson of Solent University, will tell us all about ”A Painter’s Paradise: Monet’s Garden at Giverny”.

Click on the ‘event description’ link below for some really delicious words about her talk, together with some of the glorious paintings he made in his garden. Whatever, however you paint, you won’t fail to find some inspiration in Anne’s talk.

Click here for more information: Event Description

Please see the details of the AGM, and especially the changes to the Constitution, in your recent email from Gill Brophy.