Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Cabbages and Kings' final 10 days, extra workshop too

Paul O'Keeffe writes:
There's just over a week and a half left to see Clare Melinsky's exhibition Cabbages & Kings. It's been a very popular show with visitors enjoying Clare's great range of work. Clare is also conducting one extra lino-cut workshop on Saturday 3rd March, 10am-4pm. Like the others, it costs £50 including a Thomas Tosh lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments, and you create a piece of work to take away with you. You can book here. Thanks to Ronald Turnbull for the picture of Clare overseeing Sylvia at the first workshop.

Thursday, 9 February 2012

Extra Clare Melinsky Workshop Monday 20th February

Paul O'Keeffe writes: There's an extra Clare Melinsky workshop being held on Monday 20th February 10am-4pm. The workshop on the 27th is now full. If you'd like to attend call us on 01848 331 553. Or you can book here. The workshop costs £50 and includes lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments. Clare will show you how to create lino cut prints, and you'll have completed work to take away with you.

Friday, 3 February 2012

Clare Melinsky linocut workshop this Saturday

Clare Melinsky is running a workshop at Thomas Tosh tomorrow ( Saturday 4th February 10am-4pm) in the art of lino-cutting. It's the printing technique Clare uses in her illustrations that can be seen on Harry Potter covers, stamps, in newspapers and magazines, on marketing material, and in her fine art.

The workshop costs £50 per person and includes lunch and morning and afternoon tea/coffee with a slice or scone.

The workshop takes place at Thomas Tosh, the Old Parish Hall, 19 East Morton Street, Thornhill, Dumfriesshire. DG3 5LZ.

Tel: 01848 331 553 for more details and to book a place.

If you can't make tomorrow, Clare will be running another workshop on Monday 27th February.

And you can always catch Clare's exhibition at Tosh, which launched last Tuesday (that's Clare and part of the show in the picture above). Entry to the exhibition is free, and it runs until March 3rd.

written by Paul O'Keeffe