Made on Monday
When: 24/11/2017 – 19/01/2018
Please note that the last private view of the year is coming soon!
On Friday 24th November from 6:30-8:30, we are launching ‘Made On Monday’ by the Lakeside Artist’s.
It is a show comprising painting and drawing from some very interesting locally based arts practitioners. In their own words:
‘Made on Monday’
Lakeside Artists is a group of adults with a shared love of the visual arts who meet on a weekly basis at The Barn, overlooking Hemlington Lake in Middlesbrough. During these practical, day-long sessions we explore, through painting and 3-D arts, the world around us.
Lakeside Artists is a self-financing group and started meeting in 2012. The Exhibition, ‘Made on Monday’,at the Python Gallery, Royal Middlehaven House, is drawn from work we have produced at our Monday sessions and includes items for sale.
Working in a range of media, from oils and acrylics, to pastel, ink, watercolour and pencil, the group displays a wide variety of styles. In addition to hands on painting we also visit exhibitions, enjoy painting trips and host visiting experts for workshop events.
Our aim is to continue to push ourselves to further develop our skills and to experiment in an environment of mutual support and constructive criticism. For more information call in at the Barn, access from Nuneaton Drive, any Monday between 10 and 3 or telephone 01642814651.
The Python Exhibition space is on the ground floor at Royal Middlehaven House and the exhibition will have it’s official opening on Friday 24th November between 6.30pm and 8.30pm when you can enjoy a glass of wine and speak with the artists. Thereafter it will be open during normal office hours until Friday 19th January. Why not visit the excellent café that shares the same space and browse the art work at your leisure?
As always, the refreshments will be supplied by our amazing partners TP Coffeehouse so it will be an enjoyable and relaxed event so please feel free to pass on this information to any one who may like to attend.
Hope to see you there.
Best wishes, Peter