Acrylic and stitch

Waiting for paint to dry is not for the impatient. However, once dry and stitch is added you can spend an age looking at the pattern and interpreting the piece. This piece is now finished and ready for hanging in the exhibition over Easter week.

Fairy Magic

We started with Lesley talking to us about health and safety regarding the use of needles and disposal of them. We chose our colours as we had tea and cake. then the work began. With Lesley showing us step by step we are all happy with the results. lovely fairies for our homes.

Another workshop will be organised soon for those of you who missed it.

Something Old, Something New all you need to find is Something Blue

The first Bouquet is made from Silk Peony flowers with new vintage looking brooches wired into the centres. Then two ropes of vintage pearls threaded through the flowers with a froth of organza to finish off. Jewelled headed pins holding the ribbon down the stems.

The second is made from velvet roses and a vintage black and metal necklace reassembled into individual pieces wired in between the flowers. Black beads threaded through. Black organza to finish off and jewelled headed pins to hold the ribbon down the stems.

West Norfolk Taster Exhibition

nnos_logo_14_nodateArtists from West Norfolk will be taking part in a Taster Exhibition at Eau Brink Studio from Friday the 14th April when we will be open for the preview evening from 18.00 till 22.00. Artists include – Anita O’Neill, Margaret Hope, Yvonne Autie, Helga Joergens, David Lendrum, Cass Wedd, Julian Austin, Pat Hillard, Joanna Rolfe, Abbey Stirling, Barbara King, Gary Buckby, Diana Smith and Carlos Cagica.

The exhibition will be open daily from 10.00. For more information contact Anita on 01553 762115 or email: eaubrinkstudio@gmail.com

Flying Geese Ladies New Adventure

Seventeen ladies of the Flying Geese Quilt Group of Snettisham enjoyed a day of experimenting with Scolabrush.

The morning started with some raised eyebrows when I explained that we would be working on paper initially to get used to the products. New sketchbooks were given out and taken apart ready to start working onto the pages. A tentative start grew into exclamations of wonder as they used different products for the first time and began to understand how Scolabrush works.After lunch we moved onto fabric and the ladies had the chance to compare the different effects and how the products work very differently on fabric when compared to paper.