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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Spring Programme 2020
Accomplished local artist Wendy Wren will be visiting us for the first time and will be showing us how she paints her lovely pet portraits. Facebook: @WendyWren_art
Working session After Wendy’s demonstration, create a portrait of your own (or someone else’s) pet.
Local artist Suzi Alfred will be demonstrating some of the techniques she uses in creating her wonderful bright and colourful work. Bring along your own paper and art materials so you can experience Suzi’s intuitive ideas on mark making. Facebook: @susannahalfredart
Following on from last week bring along materials for a Working Session and try immersing yourself in Suzi’s ideas to create a work of your own.
Glasgow born and trained Ronnie Ireland returns to give us his take on ‘The Humble Pencil – Drawing Skills’. Expect an interesting evening as he deals with this deceptively simple process in his inimitable style. www.ronnieirelandart.com
Working Session Dabble in the graphic arts, glory in graphite, enjoy the delights of ‘the humble pencil,’ (or your preferred medium) inspired by Ronnie Ireland’s demonstration at last week’s meeting.
AGM & Social Evening - with drinks and nibbles. Bring along your painting inspired by these lines ‘Loveliest of trees, the cherry now/Is hung with bloom along the bough/And stands about the woodland ride/Wearing white for Eastertide.’ (A. E. Housman)
The 2020 Summer Term begins on April 23rd