Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Art on the Prom - at The Triangle Felixstowe each Saturday in August


Hi Everyone - just to let you know I will be at the 

next Saturday 17th August
10am - 4pm 
along with 
Jim Nind doing sculpture 
Beryl Scott doing print making 

As I have no idea what the weather will be doing ....
so I shall be showing some crochet work in progress and various items for sale and be sitting there with my trusty set of vintage crochet hooks 

But do come along and see all the various artists doing their work each Saturday  - a brilliant preview for the big event on September 1st 

Our stall last year which we shared with Estelle Westlake - potter 
She is wearing one of my circular waistcoats which she bought the previous year
This year we are at STAND 56

 Art on the Prom celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2013.   

on the last three Saturdays in August when artists  will be demonstrating their techniques 
from 10am – 4pm 
under the Canopy at the Triangle in Hamilton Road.

17th  August                 Lynn Dyson-Bruce, textiles;
                                        Beryl Scott, printmaking;
                                        Jim Nind, 3D sculpture.
24th  August                 Anglian Potters:-
                                       Liz Chipchase, slab construction;
                                        Susan Holmes, tile workshop and have-a go with potter’s wheel; 
                                        Mary Wyatt, sculptural ceramics.

31st August                  Naomi Brangwyn, stained glass;
                                        Cherrie Stevens, weaving;
                                        Sharon Taylor, spinning and designing.

The one day art fair on Felixstowe prom will take place on Sunday September 1st  10am to 4pm.  

This event is entirely free and the public can browse the original art work of over 100 artists including painting, ceramics, glass, textiles and photography.   

As usual there will be six free have-a-go art workshops in the Spa Gardens where there will also be a display of the art work from Felixstowe and Ipswich school children.   
Bands, entertainers and food outlets complete this family friendly community day.

Don’t miss these opportunities to be part of one of Felixstowe’s most popular events.    

More information  and photographs of artists’ work are on our website

 Art on the Prom is organised by volunteers and is made possible by the financial support of Town and District Council, Jackamans Solicitors, East of England Co-op and many others.

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