However, we do have a problem with the screens, so this is also a plea for those of you who may be able to help. The screens, pic below, are heavy and awkward to assemble. As most of our members are nicely mature, the lifting and moving them is quite a worry. Does anyone know of any lightweight, simple to erect screens, that are easy to store (only used one day a year) and we don't have the money to pay the earth.
Right now on with the fun I had at the exhibition, and be warned it may be a longish post ..............
Ok three of us were working at the exhibition and I could hardly sleep the night before, hoping that my brushes wouldn't let me down and paint rubbish, but they were kind to me. It is hard with lots of lovely interruptions and chats. Here is me in full flow, having a bash with Brusho, the white tree trunks were taken out with bleach!
Then I painted a a view from Douglas in the Isle of Man, where I had recently been, and of course I had to paint a Pyrrol Scarlet painting.
and I just went berserk! People watching couldn't believe I was splattering over my painting. But they could see I was having fun.
This was followed by a stint painting at a local park, but more about that later. A real arty farty weekend!
I hope you enjoyed sharing it with me.