Critique with Guest Artist Patsy Moore

Sat March 27th 1:45 for 2 โ€“ 4pm Guest Artist Patsy Moore Critique for The Dorothy Tubb Award for the best Traditional Landscape in Oils, (framed or mounted). The Drawing Award โ€“ monochrome drawing, (framed or mounted) in any drawing medium Members to bring your work along if you have something suitable, up to one entry for each award. Work to have been completed in the prior 18 months please. Patsy Moore is a renowned artist, living and working in West Sussex. Educated at Edinburgh University and Art College, she has always worked in art related subjects and has, for many years now, devoted her time to painting and teaching art. She works with watercolour, oil, pastel, pen and wash and pencil, but her preferred medium is watercolour; enjoying its translucent qualities and constant surprises. Patsy has held numerous successful solo and shared exhibitions; exhibits regularly with the Association of Sussex Artists and on several occasions with the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour at the Mall Galleries in London. In 2019 she became a finalist at the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year, a great and fun challenge, coping with diverse landscape subjects, TV cameras, all manner of weather conditions and ridiculously short time limits! The Rules of the competitions for Awards. The Dorothy Tubb Award is presented by Laurie Tubb in memory of his wife Dorothy. It is for a Traditional Landscape in oils. It is awarded by the speaker/judge in the Critique at the same time as the Drawing Award. The winner is presented with a glass rose bowl at the AGM and it is kept for a year. There are also three runners up who are presented with a certificate at the time. The Drawing Award is open to all members and each artist may submit one drawing of any subject in any size. The requirements are that the drawing submitted must be created in the prior 18 months, (for this time in 2021 only, normally it would be 12 months). The drawing must be created using any instrument other than a brush, such as pencil, charcoal, ink/pen etc and be in monochrome only. The award to be judged by the speaker/judge booked for the Critique. The winner will be presented with a cup at the AGM and it can be kept for a year.
Meeting Date: 
Saturday, March 27, 2021
Meeting Time: 
2pm - 4pm

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