Essex Art Club

Patron: Ken Howard, OBE, RA, RWS, RWA, ROI, RBA, Hon. NEAC.

President: John Tookey, PS.

Members' Activities During Isolation

Since we have had to suspend all our meetings until further notice, this page is for members to show the paintings they have done whilst in isolation.

Please submit items (pictures, titles, comments etc. by email to enquiries@essexartclub.co.uk). I have now expanded the scope a little to include a photo by Mary of some knitting and some pictures mainly of older paintings by Peter.

  

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Erica Johns

Peace Roses. Pastel

  


  

Mary Springham

 

Fig leaves with the light behind them. St James Park.

 

 

Cumbria: Near Hadrian's Wall.

 

 


Peter Luscombe

Peter has produced some images, mainly of older paintings.

  

  

Today’s painting is a watercolour obviously of an hydrangea in a
copper jug. It was painted at one of the painting sessions that I have run
for 10 years, usually on the second Sunday of the month, for the Essex Art
Club in St Barnabas Church Hall, Woodford Green. Size 16 H x 12”W.

  

  

This is a scene at Pin Mill of the Butt and Oyster, which was
started in acrylic on the site but not finished on the day. I
completed it in pastel, remembering the workshop on pastel over acrylic
which the Club ran a couple of years ago at The View.

  


Mary Springham

  

These are some teddies knitted by Mary for the charity Knit for Peace.

  


Evon Wheeler

  

Evon was the first member to respond with some of her recent paintings.

  

A watercolour of a globe flower. No idea of its name.

     

I've been doing some quick ink sketches of my cat Summer who is
a reluctant muse! As soon as I start sketching she moves!

  

  

    

Alison Stenhouse

  

Experimental collage from a previous drawing and memory.

     

Mono print plus added paint from imagination.

     

Acrylic painting done from photo.

     

Pastel from drawings done a while ago.

     

     

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