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Sunshine and pastels

Thursday, 01 May 2014

n Using the side of soft pastels, Keith Stott painted sunlight breaking through summer storm clouds and reflecting in the sea when he demonstrated to Seaton & District Art Society this month (April). He said that for a seascape he would use a ruler for an accurate horizon and showed the usefulness of a small hand held vacuum cleaner to remove pastel if the paper becomes choked. The May meeting will be a double surprise for members. Lyme artist Annie Ward will attend on the second Monday of the month (instead of the first) on May 12th at Seaton Town Hall 2pm-4pm and show three dimensional uses of paper in her art. She will show how she uses remaindered books to create bonnets and altered books as well as making a textured acrylic painting on rag paper. New members and visitors are always welcome at the Society’s demonstrations.

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