The riversMEET Art group meets every week during school term time. This
current website is now an historical record of when I taught the class.
All future information relating to the group, after
1 September 2016, will be posted on the facebook page:
the new Art Class at riversMEET facebook page here
The art group takes place in a light and airy room, upstairs at the riversMEET
Café and Crafts, and there is a relaxed and friendly atmosphere
for people to meet socially with other aspiring artists.
From Thursday 8 September 2016, Caroline
Marshall took over teaching the art group and has subsequently expanded
the group into more sessions, together with very popular school holiday
art classes for kids.
So if you would like to join, please speak with Jo at the café
the new Art Class at riversMEET facebook page here.
For full information on session availability and times, please ask via
the facebook group.
can view another
version of Hand of Light here. It is mobile friendly
and contains the pages for St Oswald's Church.
some of our previous artists' work here
"Thoroughly enjoying the classes so far,
already feel I learnt so much... There's a lovely energy in the class
and it feels like everyone has gelled well which just adds to a more positive
experience." - Tracy
"I think in this class Richard you have brought
out the best. Making us use our imagination to the full. I have enjoyed
using different mediums and every week l have looked forward to every
class." - Stan
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all information is up-to-date.
An hour sketching around St Aidan's Nature Reserve
Occasionally, the art group has moved out of the studio to draw in the
watercolour by Lorraine - Thursday Art Class
art group encourages experimentation with materials and mark making.
Watercolour by Vee - Thursday Art Class
Learning about the qualities of the mediums being used is
an important aspect of artwork.
Final sketches of St Aidan's Nature Reserve by the art class