September 2017

Sept 05 Selecting pictures for the exhibition. Paper and paint . John Robinson
Sept 12 Tutor John Fasnacht – Using the palette knife in acrylics
Sept 19 Chorlton Library hanging the exhibition.  no meeting  at St Clements
Sept 26 Continue experimenting with the palette knife or own project

October 2017

Oct 03 Using wet-in-wet  techniques – Pat Grainger
Oct 10 Tutor Helen Thompson – Oil paints
Oct 17 Continuing with oils or own project
Oct 24 No Meeting Half Term
Oct 31 No Meeting Half Term

November 2017

Nov 07 Pastels with Pam Stevens (to be confirmed nearer the time)
Nov 14 AGM - Followed by The Christmas Cards – ideas and suggestions from John
Nov 21 Own project or The Christmas Card
Nov 28 Tutor Diane King     “Black and White.”

December 2017

Dec 05 Complete Black and White or own project
Dec 12 End of session meal (Venue to be decided)
Dec 19 No Meeting Christmas
Dec 26 No Meeting Christmas

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Images from the Art Fusion summer exhibition June 2012

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