Talks Programme

2021

March 26 – Painting and photography with Rikki O’Neil

April 30 – Painting with Allan Perera-Liyanage

May 21 – Watercolour with Liz Dulley

Liz has called her Talk ‘ Watercolour all Ways ’ because it’s full of tips and techniques for watercolour painting. With Lockdown Liz was forced to adapt new teaching methods. She will share a couple of these demonstrations (Wall, Woodland), show recent artwork and talk you through favourite materials used in the workspace. 

Talks – Liz Dulley ‘Watercolour all Ways’

2020

January 17 PHOTOGRAPHY: A talk by Shahbaz Majeed
This evening will showcase the work of Shahbaz from recent years, including the stories behind the images that have allowed his photography to be appreciated on an international level.

February 21 SCULPTURE: A talk by Aileen M. Stackhouse
Aileen studied at Duncan of Jordanstone and now creates unique miniature cast bronze pieces of both animals and people in exquisite and expressive detail. She will be bringing examples of her amazing sculptures for us to enjoy.

March 20 Rag Bag And Tall Tales – A talk by Rikki O’Neill
Blurring the lines between painting and photography will be discussed by Rikki, whose vibrant colours and unique style produce his very innovative and creative pieces of artwork.

The scheduled talk  TEXTILES: A talk and demonstration by Patricia Rae
Has had to be cancelled

April 17 PEN AND INK: A demonstration by Karen Rae 

Cancelled

May 15 PAINTING IN OILS: A demonstration by Fiona Haddow

Cancelled

2019

Now to take place on March 20th 2020  Rag Bag And Tall Tales – A talk by Rikki O’Neill
Blurring the lines between painting and photography will be discussed by Rikki, whose vibrant colours and unique style produce his very innovative and creative pieces of artwork.

October 25 HOSPITALFIELD: A Special Place – Talk by Scott Byrne
Scott is going to talk about this amazing building’s history, the collection of beautiful paintings within and the role it plays as an inspiration to artists worldwide.

November 22  WATERCOLOUR – A demonstration by Frank McDiarmid
Frank will demonstrate landscape painting using watercolour techniques, along with pencils, pens and pastels, to show how they can beautifully complement each other.