The results of December’s ‘Christmas Carol’ competition are now on our Members’ page. And our Competition for January 2021 is ‘Deep Midwinter’ – with a very broad interpretation! Deadline for entries is 5pm on Sunday 31st January.
Pictures for December’s ‘Christmas Carol’ competition are now on our Members’ page for voting by 5pm on Thursday 7th January. Good luck to all our entrants! And our Competition for January 2021 is ‘Deep Midwinter’ – with a very broad interpretation! Deadline for entries is 5pm on Sunday 31st January.
Please head on over to our Members Page to see the results of our November competition ‘Signs of the Times’. And please don’t forget December’s competition ‘Christmas Carols’ – may be widely interpreted (as ever!). Deadline 5pm Thursday 31st December.
24 – 30 March 2021. Further details will follow. Keep a look-out!
Please head over to the Members page to view the gallery and make your selection!
Please see the Members page to check out the results!
Please check out the Members page to see the entries. And please note our painting competition for November is “Signs of the Times’ (wide interpretation!). Deadline 5pm on Monday, 30th November.
Congratulations to the winner, Brenda Warren and to our runner-up, Jane Few for their very evocative interpretations of the theme. Please see our Members’ page for the details! And please don’t forget the current competition for Members… Autumn Arrives. Deadline 5pm Saturday 31st October.
Members’ Painting Competition for September – voting is now under way for the pictures posted on our Members’ Page. Deadline Wednesday 7th October. And October’s competition is “Autumn Arrives’ – deadline for entries Saturday 31st October.
Thank you to all who exhibited and to those who visited our very eclectic Exhibition. It was lovely to meet so many locals and visitors. Original paintings and cards were available, and we are thrilled that, as well as paintings going to new homes, the cards were very popular too. Please click here to viewContinue reading “Autumn Exhibition at the Gardens Gallery”