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A weekly Programme of Crafts Demonstrations starting 29 April
April 29 - July 29
Taking place downstairs at Chapel Arts, 11am until 3pm each Thursday, these demonstrations are free of charge.
Watch a demonstration then visit the Guild Gallery Shop upstairs for a beautiful collection of hand made crafts.
17 June 2021
24 June 2021
1 July 2021
Make your own knitted and stitched vegetables
Chapel Arts Cheltenham
Sue Bradley is creating a range of knitted and stitched vegetables, which will become part of an installation for the Village Produce Show at Crafts Alive – Rodmarton Manor 8 -12 September.
Come along to Chapel Arts and see the work in progress and learn how to make your own creative vegetable artworks!
Further workshops at the Museum in the Park, Stroud, GL5 4AF
On 15 August – a children’s drop in workshop making textile and mixed media vegetables - FREE + open to all
And on 21 August – all day Adult Skills Workshop Textile Flowers
£60 to book, please contact the Museum in the Park
15 July 2021
I am currently trying to develop some new work, a change from my usual landscape and nature images.
Still about colour and stitch this work in progress explores the dynamic qualities of abstract
expressionism using fabric, paint and both machine and hand stitch.
22 July 2021
Christopher Noble Artist Printmaker
Professionally a printmaker for over 45 years, I moved from screenprinting to working digitally over 20 years ago. To many it is a mystery as to how I create the imagery in my prints, so I will be demonstrating how I use a variety of programmes, including the slow build-up of wire-frame models to be ‘painted’ with my own imagery. The work in progress will be projected from my laptop onto a screen so all can see the results clearly – and help people realise why it can take many months, working in multiple layers, to reach the final image in readiness to print.
29 July 2021
Porcelain is the perfect material for creating these refined, translucent tea lights. I’ll be demonstrating how I produce the fine slabs from which they are made and form them into the final vessel.