Events 2010

October 20th, 2010 Peter Heselton - Artist's Workshop
In session 1 Peter explained his 2D sculpture techniques, and in the following week we were encouraged to have a go ourselves and try out something really different.
October 5th, 2010 Kate Geelan - Felting Rides Again
Another brilliant session from one of our own
September 28th, 2010 Jane Veitch - Artist's Workshop
Jane showed us examples of her work and explained her approach to painting. She encouraged us to experiment freely using charcoal, paints and mono-printing, resulting in another very productive day.
September 26th, 2010 aim4art open day, Nature's World
The event was intended to promote the group to the public and attract new members. On the day it was fairly quiet but a steady trickle of vistors came to view the display and chat with members
10am, 7th September 2010 Kate Geelan - Felt Workshop
Kate delivered an inspiring session, working with vivid colours and interesting textures
July-August 2010 Art In The Garden, Nature's World
Don't Do a Dodo Fact or Fantasy
aim4art members were invited to contribute artworks and these were to be seen at various points in the garden. The event will hopefully be repeated next year.
August 3rd, 2010 Belsay Hall visit, to view the latest exhibition
July 27th, 2010 Carol Sommer - Artist's Demonstration
Following her last very enjoyable visit, Carol presented a session on self-portraits, with some quick exercises to start then larger drawings and finally paintings.
June 4th, 2010 Visit to Lund Gallery, Easingwold for preview of film about artist Peter Hicks.
March 29th - April 30th 2010 AIM Annual Exhibition
Python Gallery, Middlesbrough

March 23rd 2010 Carol Sommer - Artist's Demonstration (Landscapes)
Carol demonstrated use of ink and bleach as applied to landscapes, and asked us to consider lanscapes as an abstract form.
Tuesday 26th January 2010 Annie Livesey - Artist's Demonstration (Portraits)
This was an entertaining session, creating collages and working portraits into them, with some dramatic results
Tuesday January 12th 2010
Colin Swinton - Artist's Demonstration
(Stick and brush with ink)
Another enjoyable demonstration. We started by drawing landscapes in ink using a brush, then developing the picture with water colour. In the afternoon, we followed this up by drawing flowers using Indian ink and balsa wood sticks, before, once again, adding water colour. Here is a small sample:
Miami - Rob Blenkarn