MEMBERS EXHIBITION - Saturday 6th April at the UNITARIAN MEETING ROOM
ART and TEA EVENT
from 10am to 3pm
Artwork must be delivered to the Unitarian Meeting Room between 8.30-9.00pm on Sat 6th April. Unsold work must be collected between 3.00-3.30pm the same day. We look forward toyour entries.
Take a look at this month's selection of paintings in the FAS gallery.
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.
Susan Whatling - Landscape Artist
Susan was born locally in Suffolk. She has a strong interest in architecture and design. She had an early passion for drawing, initially producing commissioned architectural ink drawings for local clients and, after gaining further drawing experience while working for an architect Susan qualified from Cambridge University to teach Art and Design. She has exhibited locally through the years, displaying both animal portraits and in recent years, landscape paintings. Her commissioned work has a place in private homes across the UK and USA.
President: Sonja Russell
Chairman: Lindsay Huggins 01728 621528
Secretary: Margaret James 01728 860233
Exhibition Secretary: Anne Smith 01728 638793
Indoor Painting: Contact Ron Hill 01728 724319 for dates
Painting Days Out: Maggie Peck 01728 724161
Website Administrator: Lindsay Huggins 07855 989708
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Membership £15 annual subscription
Autumn Woodland by Susan Whatling
Are held every month at the United Free Church Hall, Framlingham.
Start times 2.30pm
Tea and biscuits available
Framlingham art society