Young People's Art Club exhibition at The Courthouse

An exhibition of the work produced by the young people who have attended the popular Saturday Art Club is currently exhibited in the café area at Rural Arts.

They worked with artists on drawing skills, collage, ceramics, printmaking and digital media – details below:


Creating Your Design
Using inspiration from objects such as plants, fish, shellfish, vintage cups and saucers and work exhibited in the gallery space they developed their ideas and sketched illustrations with watercolours and acrylic inks on watercolour and ingris paper.


Collaged Canvases
They painted a background onto a canvas and then painted their designs onto fabrics, dyeing with inks.  They then collaged work onto canvas to complete their first piece of work.


Porcelain Plaques and Pictures
They prepared the porcelain, made impressions in it and colour.
They then made ceramic and porcelain cup cakes, plaques and animals.


Printmaking
Design ideas were printed onto papers using inks, rollers and the printing press.


Posters and print
Working in our Media Studio, using our Apple Mac computers they used images of their work to create posters, labels, print and invitations for the exhibition.

 The Saturday Art Club starts again on 10th September contact Rural Arts for details
                             







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