Category Archives: painting

The Little Arts Festival

Its final here! 

What do you get with: A year of work, 5 people, recently joined by 4 more, local companies sponsoring and buying advertising, the local Parishs and council giving us grants, and now a team of volunteers.

You get a 10 day arts festival! 

Opening tonight until next Sunday, we have visual art, crafts, literature, poetry, music and more all done by local creatives. Come and see for yourself!

Checkout our website: http://www.thelittleartsfeatival.com

Facebook 

Art on the Green, Dunn Village Hall, Rushlake Green

Exhibition at The White Horse Pub, Bodle Street

Enjoy!

Deadline!

The Postcard Project, as part of The Little Arts Festival, closes at the end of this week.
Get your entry sent in! It’s a great way to have your work exhibited and be part of a fantastic community arts event! 

Here are the details

The Little Arts Festival!

I am part of a team of volunteers that thought it was a good idea last year to put on a 10 day art festival. August 19th-28th in, and around Rushlake Green.

We are excited to announce the programme! Printed copies coming soon.

Please check out the website for the full list

There is visual art, music, crafts, classes, performances, and lots more! All by local artists, all showcasing the creative talent in East Sussex. 

What better to do this August than to come and join in?

Postcard project live!

The Little Arts Festival postcard project is now live through Facebook and The Arts Council jobs and news section. 

The Little Arts Festival

I am part of a small team putting together The Little Arts Festival August 19th -28th. There will be music, poetry, drama, visual arts and crafts and much more!
If you are an artist and want to be involved, or just like art, put it in your diary, and support the Facebook page!

Thanks

  
https://www.facebook.com/thelittleartsfestival/

New painting 

Today I started on a new painting! 

It is an abstract landscape, it shows the movement in asthetics from the work I was producing in London (central row right), influenced by the environment I now live in (the landscape photographs).

So far I have done 2 small studies, and started drawing out the large canvas.

What do you think?

  
Sophie Douglas©www.sophiemayer.com