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40 Watson Avenue
Last updated on 18th September
I offer workshops to suit all levels of age and ability.
Creative workshops to suit your needs from childrens' parties to corporate business days.
Monday 20th, Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd September - 'Mosaic Altar Workshops' -
Wednesday 13th October - 'Mosaic Workshop' to a theme of plants in health and healing -
Saturday 30th October - 'Gaudi Style Mosaic Workshop' -
Thursday 4th November - 'Batik and Silk Painting Workshop' to a theme of 'Surfaces' -
Saturday 4th December - Illustrated talk and demonstration of batik -
Art Windows - September is the month for 'Art Windows' in Market Harborough, where local artists are matched with businesses to display artworks.
This is the first activity that we've been able to go forward with as an art group since the start of the pandemic and it's a real pleasure to be matched with Davis Optometrists on St Mary's Road. Some of my newer works are on the large side, so it was good to have such a large window space, in an area of town that gets a lot of through traffic.
A big thankyou to the friendly staff there who were so accommodating and helpful in allowing me to transform their shop front into a temporary mini gallery.
The works are three abstract multimedia collage pieces combining batik with monoprint, a giclee print from one of my digital photographs and a mosaic mandala which is in a smaller window to the left.
A selection of my photographic fine art Gicleé prints, Mosaics, Batiks and other artworks can be viewed at my home by arrangement:
40 Watson Avenue
I'm very pleased to be involved in an SEN school and museum collaboration to create a collaborative mosaic artwork working with the children to create individual tiles celebrating plants and their special health and healing properties.
The project will also involve the community (Local Stories 2021), working towards helping isolated people in the local area, providing companionship and a positive focus at such a challenging time. It will bring together people from different generations, all of whom have experienced challenges through Covid. It will deepen the relationship between the school, museum and local communities and provide a means of continuing the links with older, isolated people that began through the museum's recent Reminiscence at Home and Age Friendly projects.
The workshops will be designed for older people to take the stories shared by themselves and others, and encourage them to participate in a creative outcome. The stories focus specifically on a the local area and memories of being young (under the age of 30).
I'll be developing and delivering a series of creative arts workshops, working with older people, a dedicated group of volunteers of mixed ages and a children's art club, aged between 7-11