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Gate near Cowlam – pastel by Duncan Baird

Gate near Cowlam – pastel by Duncan Baird

To see more of Duncan’s work click his name to go to his member’s page:  Duncan Baird


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Thornwick Bay – pastel by Duncan Baird

Thornwick Bay – pastel by Duncan Baird

To see more of Duncan’s work click his name to go to his member’s page:  Duncan Baird


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On the Road to Langtoft in Autumn- pastel by Duncan Baird

On the Road to Langtoft in Autumn- pastel by Duncan Baird

To see more of Duncan’s work click his name to go to his member’s page:  Duncan Baird


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Road to Warter – pastel by Duncan Baird

Road to Warter – pastel by Duncan Baird

To see more of Duncan’s work click his name to go to his member’s page:  Duncan Baird


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Bluebells – pastel by Duncan Baird

Bluebells – pastel by Duncan Baird

To see more of Duncan’s work click his name to go to his member’s page:  Duncan Baird


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Chester by Teresa Hollins

Chester by Teresa Hollins

“Chester” – My friend’s West Highland White Terrier

Painting measures approximately 7” x 5”

Acrylic Paints on canvas card

To see more of Theresa’s work click her name to go to her member’s page:  Theresa Hollins


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The Horsewash – Nafferton Mere by Teresa Hollins

The Horsewash – Nafferton Mere by Teresa Hollins

“The Horsewash – Nafferton Mere”

Painting measures approximately 7” x 5”

Watercolour and gouache on canvas card.

 

To see more of Teresa’s work click her name to go to her member’s page:  Teresa Hollins


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Ruby and Mona by Teresa Hollins

Ruby and Mona by Teresa Hollins

“Ruby and Mona” – We keep a small mixed flock of sheep.  This is Ruby with Mona who was born 1stMay 2014

Painting measures approximately 8” x 8”

Acrylic Paints on canvas card.

 

To see more of Teresa’s work click her name to go to her member’s page:  Teresa Hollins


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Lottie by Teresa Hollins

Lottie by Teresa Hollins

“Lottie” – Lottie has had more paintings done of her than any of my other animals!

Painting measures approximately 9” x 5”

Acrylic Paints on canvas card.

 

To see more of Teresa’s work click her name to go to her member’s page:  Teresa Hollins


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Maggie by Teresa Hollins

Maggie by Teresa Hollins

“Maggie” – Pure bred Hebridean ewe – having bred several lambs, Maggie is now living happily in retirement.

Painting measures approximately 8” x 8”

Acrylic Paints on canvas card.

 

To see more of Teresa’s work click her name to go to her member’s page:  Teresa Hollins


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Window on Macular Degeneration

Window on Macular Degeneration

Window on Macular Degeneration.  It is in pastel and ink and the picture was done for an art exhibition at the Menier Gallery in London which was put on by the national Macular Society this year, it relates to one of the first signs of macular degeneration which is distortion of vision and many people may recognise the reflection of what was the Cecil cinema in Hull which is now a bingo hall.

To see more of Dorothy’s work click her name to go to her member’s page: Dorothy Skinner


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Driffield Art Club Annual Exhibition Winners

Driffield Art Club Annual Exhibition Winners

The Driffield Art Club Anual Exhibition was held as usual at the Exchange, Driffield (By courtesy Messrs. Dee, Atkinson and Harrison).

Guest Artist and Judge, David Thomas R.I.B.A. spent the day before the Preview evening studying the artworks that were on display and making his selection for winners and runners up in each category.

The winners were announced at the Preview evening on Monday October 7th and trophies and awards were presented by David, Club President Mimi Claughton and Chairman Joanne Blacker.

Teresa Hollins winning pic hen

Guest Artist Choice – Lavender Pekin Bantam Cockerel in acrylic (above) by Teresa Hollins.  Teresa was presented with the Ainley Trophy for best acrylic (below) DAC Chairman Joanne Blacker at our October meeting.

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Best Flower Painting – below Rhona Rowley accepts the Schofield Rose Bowl from Guest Artist David Thomas R.I.B.A.

Rhona Rowley and David Thomas R.I.B.A.

Best Oil- below Rebecca Clarke accepts her statue from DAC Chairman Joanne Blacker  with DAC President Mimi Claughton and Guest Artist David Thomas R.I.B.A.

Joanne Blacker Gwen Clarke Mimi Claughton David Thomas R.I.B.A.

Best Pastel – below Jean Balarkas pictured  in front of  her Driffield Art Club Trophy -winning pastel titled ‘Wansford in Spring’

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Best Water Colour – below Robert Kelly accepts the Richardson Cup Trophy from Guest Artist David Thomas R.I.B.A

Robert Kelly Mimi Claughton David Thomas R.I.B.A

Any Other Medium – below Kay Jones accepts the Yorkshire Ridings Magazine Award for her painting titled ‘Cumbrian Cottage’ from Guest Artist David Thomas R.I.B.A. (‘Cumbrian Cottage’ is Featured at the top of this page)

Kay Jones

Still Life – below Denise Charlton with her painting titled ‘Pink Tulips’ winner of the Schofield Tankard for Interior/Still Life

Denise Charlton and her Painitng titled 'The Pink Tulips'

Innovation – Kelvin Lund accepts the Anthony Steel Trophy

from Guest Artist David Thomas R.I.B.A.

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Commended:
Mary Wells, category – Pastel

Sheila Copeland, category – watercolour

Jill Nicholls, below with David Thomas and Mimi Claughton, category – Any other

Gillian Nichols

Denise Charlton, Acrylic

Visitor’s Choice Trophy

DAC Chairman Joanne Blacker, below left,  presented Mary Wells, below right, with the Visitor’s Choice Trophy for her pastel ‘Stoney Creek in Winter’ (below) which had won the most votes by visitors to the exhibition.

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me and jo winner of rose bowl 2014

The winner of the raffle prize – a painting by Peter Walker, kindly donated by his widow Gladys – was Dorothy Skinner, right,  who is pictured below with DAC Chairman Joanne Blacker .

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