The Old School, Church St, Cuckfield, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH17 5JZ
Why not join the club?
If you are not a member of the club and would like to join visit the contact page and fill in the form. We will then send you a membership form with details of the subscription fee.
Throughout the term the club meets every Thursday at the Old School Hall in Cuckfield between 7:30pm and 9:30pm.
Fancy a taster? We allow visitors to attend for £2 a meeting. You can visit up to two times before becoming a member.
While you are here why not browse around the site to get a taste of what the club is all about? Our member Bill Hill has an excellent collection of photographs taken at our demonstrations. Missed a demonstration or want a reminder of a past demonstration?
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Autumn Programme 2018
20th September 2018 - Jane Dwight
"Chinese Brush Demonstration" Bamboo, birds and flowers. Visit her website at www.janedwight.com
27th September 2018 - Brian Waghorne
"A Curious Evening with Paper and Colour" Bring artist’s pen and watercolours or colour pencils. Chuckles permitted.
4th October 2018 - Sonia Bacchus
A talk on the often neglected subject of Women Artists Through the Ages.
11th October 2018 - Melanie Cambridge
Returning to us, this time to paint a Night Scene in Acrylics. Visit her website at http://www.melaniecambrige.com
18th October 2018 - Alan Spencer Brooks
Painting in watercolour on the theme : ‘Constable Revisited’
25th October 2018
1st November 2018 - Adrian Leppenwell
Watercolour painting of ‘Kentish Oast Houses’. Visit his website at http://www.adrianleppenwellsart.co.uk
8th November 2018 - Maryline Heywood
Vibrant acrylic painting. Visit her website at http://maryline01.wixsite.com/marylineheywoodart
15th November 2018 - Rob Sussex
Clothed life model Rob will be posing for us to draw or paint him.
22nd November 2018 - Bill Hill
‘Pets in Pastels’ evening. Bring your own materials or, if you are new to pastels, Bill will have some for you.
29th November 2018 - End of Term Social
Bring along your own painting of any winter scene.
‘When all men were asleep the snow came flying, In large white flakes falling on the city brown.’ – Robert Bridge