We are delighted to present this inaugural exhibition of work made by students from Maidenhead schools.
A wealth of talent in a range of mediums from Altwood School, Cox Green and BCA College. This show is part of Farm Out the flagship Norden Farm Arts Programme for schools funded by the Spoore Merry & Rixman Foundation.
Artwork credit: R Middleton, Altwood Secondary School, Year 12
John Percy is an abstract artist who works in painting and collage with a number of themes dealing with aspects of choice, decision and chance combined with elements of entropy and chaos.
This exhibition is part two of last year’s Metaphorically Speaking. Here he shows us a limited selection of favourite larger abstract paintings which scan back over a longer period.
A diverse group of artists who work and exhibit together in and around Maidenhead.
Artworks in the exhibition range widely in style and medium. They include subjects such as portraits, flowers and abstraction.
An interactive digital arts space; part of Quest Family Fest, the Norden Farm Family Arts Festival.
Keep your eye on the website for updates on events and workshops.
Led by professional artists Caroline Crawford and Amelia Pimlott.
A sociable group for over 65s who want to make art, but just aren’t doing it right now. Professional artist Caroline Crawford leads this creative community. Explore your arty side, grow in creative confidence and meet new people!
Mon 13 Jan – 10 Feb (exc 3 Feb), 24 Feb – 16 Mar, 23 Mar – 4 May
10am – 12pm
£16 per session | plus £2 materials cost to tutor directly
Led by Stuart Maxwell
The Italic hand has many varied forms, from a basic script to very flourished and ornate lettering. The basic alphabet through to advanced flourishing and effects will be covered depending on ability, together with compositional layout. Suitable for all levels of experience.
Thur 16 Jan – 26 Mar (exc 20 Feb)
2.30pm – 4.30pm
£120 per 10 week course, £10 materials cost to tutor (approx)
Led by Jo Hall.
Explore different ways of drawing and painting tonally followed by adding colour in transparent glazes over the surface. Grisaille or working in monochrome has been used historically as a way of working in its own right in the production of ‘Tromp l’Oeil’ works.
Students to bring own materials.
Tues 3 Mar – 7 Apr
10am – 1pm
£105 for 6 week course