​Next meeting at United Free Church Hall 2.30pm:

​Friday July 13th - Chris Deacon - Mosaics demonstration and talk

Chris is a self-taught mosaicist and spends part of her week mosaicking panels, slates, pots, terra cotta saucers.  In terms of materials she works mainly with ceramic or vitreous tiles with smalti and marble used to add depth and texture to pieces.

Inspiration for mosaics sometimes comes from travel to sites of ancient cultures such as the Incas of Peru, Navaho Indians of USA, and Mayans of Guatemala as well as present day cultures such as Maoris of New Zealand. Often however ideas come closer to home in the garden or from walks on the estuary shoreline.

Chris has always been interested in geology and fossils also provide interesting design shapes.


Chairman:  Sonja Russell  01728 638268

Secretary:  Margaret James  01728 860233

Indoor Painting:  Contact Ron Hill  01728 724319 for dates

Painting Days Out:  Maggie Peck 01728 724161

Website Administrator: Lindsay Huggins 07855 989708

Please send contributions for website content via email to linshuggins@hotmail.com

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Members' Meetings

Are held every month at the United Free Church Hall, Framlingham.

Start times 2.30pm

Tea and biscuits available

Members' Gallery

Take a look at this month's selection of paintings in the FAS gallery.

'i dream my painting and then i paint my dream'       --      vincent van gogh

Local Exhibitions

Open Studios in Aldeburgh every Sat and Sun in June 

Life Drawing and Anatomy for Artists - Life drawing evening classes with an emphasis on practical approaches to drawing the human figure including detailed instruction on the underlying musculature by professional artist and teacher Neil Cuthbert.

Beginning Monday 11th June 2018, 6.30 - 9pm for 4 weeks at Thomas Mills High School, Framlingham
contact: Neil Cuthbert 
Mob: 07484186100 Email: neilcuthbert596@gmail.com www.neilcuthbert.co.uk

House Martins by Chris Deacon - mosaic tiles

Framlingham Art Society (FAS)

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 during spring and autumn and painting days out in the summer months.

Members are always willing to share ideas and give advise.