Take a look at this month's selection of paintings in the FAS gallery.
Are held on the second Friday of every month at the United Free Church Hall, Framlingham.
Start times 2.30pm
Tea and biscuits available
A compilation of visitor sketches to the Spring Exhibition. Thank you to all those who contributed. These sketches were combined to make one whole picture by Diane Legg.
Framlingham art society
Come and join us;
Joint Membership £25
Susie Hammond - Ink drawing
Susie is a Suffolk born artist. She is formally trained as a garden designer and illustrator and is known for her intricate ink pen drawings and paintings. She draws her inspiration from her rural surroundings in the Suffolk village where she lives.
Hares and Suffolk Sheep are amongst her most popular pieces of work. Susie is influenced by nature in all of its forms and local history, myths and legends.
Our aim is to educate, promote and support members of our local community who have an interest in the world of art in its many forms.
We welcome anyone, whether you are an experienced artist, a beginner or simply have an interest in artistic pursuits.
There are monthly meetings with speakers covering all aspects of art.
For those who wish to make their own art there are fortnightly painting sessions at the Unitarian Meeting House in Framlingham and painting days out in the summer months.
Members are always willing to share ideas and give advise.
Venue for the FAS Summer Exhibition
The Summer Exhibition 2022 will be held at 'The Theatre Room' Church Street opposite St Michael's Rooms 10th - 14th August.
Many thanks to to Ted, Mark and Andrea from Paperhouse Properties Ltd for allowing us the use this venue. Although not completely refurbished we are able to use this space while the building work on the Castle Community Rooms is taking place.
Wall of Friends
The FAS has made a donation of £100 to the fund raising effort for the completion of the Castle Community Rooms project. Look out for our logo on the 'Wall of Friends' board as the building progresses. We are delighted to support this project and hope to be able to use this venue for our future summer exhibitions from 2023 having used St Michael's Rooms for the past 40 years.