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Latest Paintings by Cathy Newton

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Bridge 98 – Acrylic Cathy Newton

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‘Let Me Be’ – Mixed Media Cathy Newton


Paintings being exhibited in the Mill Hall January until March 2017

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A Couple of recent Paintings by Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

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A Selection of the Paintings exhibited at the W.I Hall Rayleigh – April 2016

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A selection of the paintings being exhibited in the Mill Hall, Rayleigh,

until 26th February 2016

 

 

Brian Coppard

Brian Coppard

Val Belverstone

Val Belverstone

Tony Argent

Tony Argent

Ray Andrews

Ray Andrews

Pauline Grove

Pauline Grove

Pat Byrne

Pat Byrne

Margaret Gould

Margaret Gould

Liam O'Leary

Liam O’Leary

Harry Nash

Harry Nash

Gwen Rosewall

Gwen Rosewall

Gwen Brooks

Gwen Brooks

Geoffery Childs

Geoffery Childs

David Godbolt

David Godbolt

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Barrie Mason

Barrie Mason

Barbara Barnes

Barbara Barnes

Alan Runagall

Alan Runagall

Vicki Coppard

Vicki Coppard

Corinne Scott

Corinne Scott

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2017’s RAG Christmas Party

Well I hope all those that attended the Rayleigh Art Group Christmas party last night enjoyed the evening as much as we did. There was a pleasant buzz the whole evening as members and their guests caught up with old friends and enjoyed a plate or two of food and a complimentary drink.RAG 1

We were very lucky to have Sandra Hall come along and give us a demonstration on clay crafting, a slightly difficult task for her as the hall was extremely hot and the clay was drying very quickly. However, she was brilliant and very informative about the clay, how to use it, fire it, glaze it and then in her case hopefully sell it.

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Sandra made a witch, quite quickly really although she said she had pre-rolled the clay to enable her to complete the subject in the evening. It was going to have to dry out and then be fired in the kiln when she had enough other pieces of a similar size to fill the kiln. It is fired for about 8 hours in her new kiln and then cooled and glazed and then fired again for a similar amount of time. It would be lovely to see the finished article but I am sure it will snapped up at a craft fair in the Spring.

We had a couple of table quizzes provided by Annabel, I think we all pondered over them for most of the evening. Obviously some of us are chocoholics and new many of the answers to one set of questions.

It was lovely to see our new Chairman, Colin Mossman, at the party. He has had a back operation recently and as we could see, is making a speedy recoveryRAG 3.

Our competition this year for the Reg Whiting Award was ‘A Question of Sport’. There were 11 entries this year so not as many as last year so maybe some of you couldn’t get your heads around the title. Cathy Newton won with a picture of racing cars in action and Runner up was by Annabel Hearn of a swimming pool.

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and hope to see some of you in January at the workshop and then many others at the first Demonstration on 14th February, there is a change to the demonstrator as Malcolm Perry is coming to us.

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