Calendar

Dec
9
Mon
Christmas Social Evening and buffet @ West Garth - Driffield Community Centre
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Christmas Social and buffet with talk by renowned local artist John Sprakes whose book, ‘Journey into Abstraction’ has won wide acclaim in the London art scene and beyond.

Please bring some nibbles for the buffet table and your entry for the Bobbie Symmons Trophy. This years theme is ‘Winter’.

More details about John Sprakes and his book can be found on his website:

https://johnsprakes.wordpress.com/

Jan
20
Mon
Glenn Marshall @ West Garth - Driffield Community Centre
Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Glenn Marshall

Plein Air – how to have fun painting outdoors.

Glen Marshall is a Yorkshire based land and seascape watercolour artist and his paintings have been exhibited and sold all over the world, including New York, Houston and Montreal. He is also a professional associate with the Society for All Artists (SAA).

To find out more about Glenn and see some of his work, please visit his website:

http://www.glennmarshall.org/

Feb
17
Mon
Peter Wood @ West Garth - Driffield Community Centre
Feb 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Peter Wood

Watercolour and Unison Pastels – river scene.

Peter Woods is a experienced art demonstrator and widely exhibited artists. His work often relates to impressionism, light, mood, atmosphere, the moment, materials, texture image and dimensions.

To find out more about Peter and see some of his work, please visit his website:

https://peterwoodarts.com/

Mar
16
Mon
Nel Watmore @ West Garth - Driffield Community Centre
Mar 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nel Watmore

Flowers in Pastels.

Nel Whatmore has been a professional artist for over thirty years, painting a variety of subjects, particularly using the exciting and versatile medium of pastels.

For more details about Nel and to see her artwork, please visit her website:

https://www.nelwhatmore.com/

Apr
20
Mon
Fraser Scarfe @ West Garth - Driffield Community Centre
Apr 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fraser Scarfe

Atmospheric landscapes in acrylics.

To find out more about Fraser and see examples of his artwork, please visit his website:

http://www.fraserscarfe.co.uk/