Monday, 18 July 2011

Wayland Community High School Watton

On Thursday in my role as Norfolk Community Artist I
went to Wayland Community High School at Watton to be
part of the 'Transition Day'.
140 Students moving from Junior Schools around
the Watton area to High School.
It is an activity day to accustom students to the High School.
I am the Art Tutor for this event and
the school wanted me to put on the
'Hungry Caterpillar' moving art boards
for the 140 students to make.
As you can see by the photos above they had a wonderful day
with all the events and I like to Thank
the students, staff and Sue for such a great day.
I love teaching large numbers and seeing everyone
waving their art work around it just fantastic.
They even did the Caterpillar Wave!
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Scrapbooking for Christmas Gifts part 1

On Wednesday it was my Scrapbooking Day
@The Gallery with Kim.
It happens once a month and I love it as
I can unwind and create with all the photos and
have the use of Kim's amazing equipment.
She always has new techniques to show us and of
course you have to have a go.
It was a lovely day and I managed to do quite a few pages.
I am making an Album for my daughter Jennifer of
all her holidays with her Grand Parents who live in
It's a lovely day so pop in and see
@The Gallery

July Gallery Quilts

Judy has had another move round in the Gallery
and the Quilts look great!
The Gallery Sofa looks colour fantastic.
Most of them are mine but the the green stripped and
blue one were made by
Jill Arnold another Norfolk Textile Artist.
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Jeanette working in mixed media

This week @The Gallery, Jeanette started using the
soldering iron on the edges of her Leaves Wall Hanging.
It is starting to take on a 3D effect but needs
a focus of interest.
Nearly there but not quite!
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Gallery Day 12th July 2011

There are always different forms of textiles being made
on 'Textile Tuesday @ The Gallery',
This week another lot of items were being
finished off and new ones started.
Sylvia s starting a Grandmothers Fan Quilt
using floral fabrics and her own made lace.
Ann above is hand sewing the bias binding on her
colourful lap quilt.
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