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Life Classes at Bromley Central Library draw nigh

The first life drawing class, 26th of April, is drawing nearer. I am getting excited about it. People are already booking places which  is gratifying. The models are booked as of course is the hall and further advertising is planned over the next two weeks.

Watercolour at Shortlands Golf Course

Another good demonstration. To have a demonstrator who used a biggish brush was a joy. Technique was accomplished and we got what we were expecting. Next month we will be treated by Mr Dellar again. It seems a long time since he was with us last.

Land, Sea & Air

Open Evening/Launch yesterday saw fewer visitors than I had hoped for. However, there were interesting and interested visitors I hope to meet again.

Hanging today!

It was good to hang my show this morning with the superb aid of Arthur. Exhibition hanging is impossible alone. Thanks Arthur. It was good, too, to share hanging time with John Marshall. His mobiles are a delight. It would be good to have our critics visit and contribute their comments to the next issue of The Easel. Open evening this Wednesday, 7 to 9 pm. Exotic nibbles and soft fluids will be available. Incidentally, mine is an off-the-wall show...

Show Time!

The hanging is on Monday next week. Open evening on Wednesday 7 to 9. Welcome all.

Life drawing at Bromley central library coming soon

I am organizing life drawing classes starting on the Sat 10:00 AM the 26th of April, and each Sat morning after until 31st of May. If anyone is interested please speak to me at the next monthly meeting or visit www.blacklabarts.co.uk for details

Honorary Vice Chairman

At the committee meeting on Moday last our Honorary Membership Secretary, Brenda, agreed to be our Honorary Vice Chairman. We are truly grateful.

Publicity

Olga is taking responsibility for the BAS publicity. Already, Olga is on the job. Super!

Three Weeks!

My diary has been marked on Mondays to count down the weeks left to get ready for my Ripley show. Three weeks left! I am on schedule.

The Easel

I have been looking again at our digitally produced Easel. It is a triumph! Our articles can now be illustrated in full colour; something we could not consider in the former printed newsletter. A former member, Bernard Victor, always illustrated his pieces and it was heart-breaking to produce them in black and white. So, let's be creative with our contributions for the Summer issue.

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