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I am looking for 6 professional Artists Interested In Joining A Beautiful Artist Led Gallery in Cambridge
When Sep 04, 2020 11:30 AM to
Sep 04, 2021 11:30 AM
Where 4 Milton Road Cambridge CB41JY
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Contact Phone 07597075738
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I am looking for 6 artists that want to participate in a year long Artist Led Gallery Project. For a busy gallery in Cambridge. 4 Milton Road Cambridge CB41JY. A diverse selection of different genres from Painting, jewellery making, sculpture, printing etc. You are a professional looking to work within a supportive group. Your work will be on display everyday in a beautiful high street heavy footfall location. You will also have the opportunity to teach your skills by delivering quality workshops. This will be organised via a monthly fee. No more 50% gallery commission but a community of Artists delivering exceptional work in a supportive environment. Please email your genre and what it is you could offer the local community that are super excited to learn from you. There is space to work, space to teach and space to bring your clientele to a beautiful environemt that will show case your work. Please phone or email and lets  have a chat  Tel: 07597075738 debbiebaxterart@yahoo.co.uk

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Francesca Gagni Exhibition - Art & Soul Café, St. Neots

Cambridge Drawing Society member Francesca Gagni is exhibiting at the Art & Soul Café and Gallery in St. Neots from 5th October to 1st November 2020.
When Oct 05, 2020 09:00 AM to
Nov 01, 2020 04:30 PM
Where Art & Soul Café, 7, New Street, St. Neots. PE19 1AE
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CDS member Fancesca Gagni is holding an exhibition of her work at the Art & Soul Café and Gallery in St. Neots.

Gagni Exhibition Poster

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An on-line workshop with Shane Swann (Wildlife illustrator) - "High detail drawing techniques, using fine tip pens and pencils."

Cambridge Drawing Society member Shane Swann will deliver an on-line workshop - "High detail drawing techniques, using fine tip pens and pencils", on Sunday 8th November 2020.
When Nov 08, 2020
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where On-Line Zoom Presentation
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IMG 1211 (Shane Swann)Overview: CDS member Shane Swann will run an online one day workshop, demonstrating the techniques that he uses to produce his wildlife drawings.

The introduction will include how he became interested in art, what lead him to focus on wildlife illustration and the message behind his work.

In the first part of the workshop Shane will focus on demonstrating multiple linear based drawing techniques, using fine tip pens and pencils - to give viewers an idea of the mechanics behind his methods. Workshop participants can then practice themselves.

In the second part Shane will work on producing a wildlife portrait, which participants can observe and use as inspiration to create their own image using their own reference photo. Questions and advice throughout the session will be most welcome.

UntitledAbout the tutor: I have been creating artwork for most of my life, and have experimented quite considerably with different styles over the years - ranging from abstract to portraiture. This has enabled me to explore a variety of media and techniques. In 2011 I became interested in drawing local wildlife. However in 2014 I was working on a drawing of the extinct British wolf - whilst gathering information about this, I became aware of many other native species that had also been lost due to human activity. This inspired the beginning of an ongoing, continuously evolving series of art that focuses on endangered and recently extinct animals, as well as related environmental issues. I feel highlighting and promoting awareness about these issues is important, and art is an effective tool in dong that.

Application Form: Click here

What you need for the workshop: 

  • A photo of a fur/hair covered animal to use as reference.
  • Paper suitable for drawing on.
  • Sharp HB pencil.
  • Black ink fine tip pens - 0.05 and 0.1 nibs (I usually use Microns or Staedtler pens).

Workshop cost: £15 for Members and Friends, £20 for Non-members.