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Latest Paintings by Cathy Newton

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Bridge 98 – Acrylic Cathy Newton

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‘Let Me Be’ – Mixed Media Cathy Newton


Paintings being exhibited in the Mill Hall January until March 2017

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A Couple of recent Paintings by Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

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A Selection of the Paintings exhibited at the W.I Hall Rayleigh – April 2016

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A selection of the paintings being exhibited in the Mill Hall, Rayleigh,

until 26th February 2016

 

 

Brian Coppard

Brian Coppard

Val Belverstone

Val Belverstone

Tony Argent

Tony Argent

Ray Andrews

Ray Andrews

Pauline Grove

Pauline Grove

Pat Byrne

Pat Byrne

Margaret Gould

Margaret Gould

Liam O'Leary

Liam O’Leary

Harry Nash

Harry Nash

Gwen Rosewall

Gwen Rosewall

Gwen Brooks

Gwen Brooks

Geoffery Childs

Geoffery Childs

David Godbolt

David Godbolt

Cathy Newton

Cathy Newton

Barrie Mason

Barrie Mason

Barbara Barnes

Barbara Barnes

Alan Runagall

Alan Runagall

Vicki Coppard

Vicki Coppard

Corinne Scott

Corinne Scott

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Paul Alcock Demonstration in Oils 13th February 2019

Paul treated us to a really interesting demonstration last night to a very well attended audience, producing a painting of a scene acted out at Cressing Temple Barns. Paul had prepared a 4mm MDF board with two coats of an acrylic primer that he obtains from Jackson’s art supplies. He started by drawing out the basic outline using a brush and dilute solution of Burnt umber.

His usual palette contains the following colours: Burnt Umber, Pthalo green, French Ultramarine, Raw Sienna, Alizarin crimson, Cadmium Yellow, and Titanium White. The paints he used for this demo were all from Jacksons although he mentioned that he does have other makes that he uses from time to time. He commented that usually, he would paint the background first and then the figures in the foreground, however, because of time constraints, he would paint the figures first.

Gradually he built the figures up until finally producing an excellent representation of the scene from the source material of his photos and sketch.20190213_213130_001

Paul, as many of you may know, was a semifinalist in the 2018 Sky Landscape Artist of the Year, and we can certainly see why. He also had his work featured in September 2013 on the cover of the SAA’s ‘Paint’ magazine and also in 2014 started writing for the ‘Leisure Painter’ magazine. to find out more about Paul and to contact him visit his website at – http://www.paulalcock.co.uk/.

Thank you, Paul, for a very interesting and entertaining evening, we look forward to when you are able to visit us again.

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