The musings of three artists on their joint venture into the world of Print Pastel and Paint
So after a lovely summer break it was straight from Patchings and back in the studio to complete entries for the Association of Animal Artists Exhibition at Weston Park! It has been a whirlwind year so far for PPP!
No sooner will we have packed up from the Granary Art Gallery, and we will be preparing for Animal eARTh Exhibition in Chester, where we will be demonstrating on our stand on the Monday, Wednesday and Friday before packing up our paintings on Sunday 28th October.
So not much time in-between to plan and run workshops, which was definitely on our To Do list at the beginning of the year!
Nonetheless there is still time and there will be a series of Acrylic and Pastel workshops run from our Cheshire base in November and some Lino Cutting Workshops planned for early 2019. These are ideal for beginners or those revisiting art after a break and would like to learn some new techniques.
Spaces will be limited and placed on a first come first served basis, so do sign up to our newsletter so you will be the first to know about them.
To watch a video straight from the Association of Animal Artists Exhibition you can click this link!
Don't forget to watch to the end so you can see Alison being daft!
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We are three artists and more importantly friends that share a love of art, wine and cake! Gathering for weekly art making sessions over the last 10 years, and even when one of us moved counties, we are bound together through a common thread whose tapestry of life, laughter and art come together in our first exhibition!