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Lazy Way Furniture Painting


So you love the idea of painting your own furniture but don't think you have the time? Well I've got news for you, you have! And you can! Come along to one of our "Lazy Workshops" where I will introduce to the AMAZING Frenchic Furniture Paint Lazy Range Paint I'll teach you how to prep your piece and show you the basic principles of furniture painting. Then you are away! Lazy Range is so simple to paint with, self levelling and self sealing.. Come along and try it  I bet you'll be addicted ! Just bring along a small piece of furniture no larger than. a bedside cupboard We'll supply the rest, along with refreshments!

Venue:
Edie-Mae's
Shaston House, 15 Shaston Road , Stourpaine Blandford Forum

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


TALK: 3 x15 Discussion with Artists from the 'New Perspectives' Exhibition


Join us at the start of Drawing Weekend for our ever-popular 3 x 15 talk with three of the artists from our 'New Perspectives' painting exhibition, chaired by Professor Anita Taylor. Each artist has fifteen minutes to discuss their work before the floor is opened up for an audience Q&A. Daphne Todd OBE In 2010 Todd won First Prize in the BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery, the most important portrait prize in the world. She was elected the first female President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters (1994-2000) and was awarded an OBE for Services to the Arts in 2002. Peter Brown NEAC Inspired by the architecture and his own life in Bath, Brown has become a familiar figure painting the city’s streets and it was here he earned the nickname ‘Pete the Street’. He rarely paints in the studio, preferring to work directly from the subject on site, sometimes in the foulest of weathers. He is a member of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. In 2018 he was elected President of the New English Art Club. Saied Dai NEAC RP Dai studied Painting at the Royal Academy of Arts, London and is the recipient of numerous awards including the Gold Medal at the Annual Exhibition of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, prizes at the BP Portrait Award Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London and the Young Contemporaries, Christie’s, London. He was made a member of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters in 2004 and The New English Art Club in 2009. Dai lives and works in Bath. Professor Anita Taylor is a practicing artist, exhibition organiser, published writer and Executive Dean of Bath School of Art and Design. Before Bath, Anita was Director and CEO of the National Art School in Sydney, Australia and Vice Principal of Wimbledon School of Art, London. She is also the founding Director of the Jerwood Drawing Prize project, the pre-eminent annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK.

Venue:
Place Farm
Court Street Tisbury

When:
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Hands on Butchery


DESCRIPTION The hands-on butchery day at the Empire Farm is a very popular course and early booking is strongly advised. On this full day course you learn butchering skills so you can deal with your own meat. At the start of the day, you are provided with half a pig, and you work you way through the meat, butchering it under the guidance of our expert tutor. We end the day with a short sausage-making session, making use of all of the offcuts of meat produced during the butchery. If time permits, we will also cure some bacon. There are just 4 butchery places available on this course, so you get excellent supervision from our experienced butcher. The course offers exceptional value as you get to pack up and take home all the meat you have butchered and your batch of sausages, easily worth £150 if you had to buy it all in a supermarket. Observers – we can accommodate a couple of additional people on this course, either as observers or as a ‘second person’ working on the same piece of meat as one of the people paying the full price. There is a small fee of £50 to cover this. As few people have asked if they can bring their own pork to butcher which is possible, but please check with the office first and obviously there is a different pricing structure. TAGS Things To Do In Templecombe Course Food & Drink SHARE WITH FRIENDS Facebook Facebook Messenger LinkedIn Twitter email  

Venue:
Empire Farm
Throop Road Templecombe

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Frenchic Intermediate Workshop


This is the next workshop following on from our Beginners This is another hands on workshop and we will cover the following; Dry brushing, colour washing, layering and distressing, Decoupage and image transfer You are more than welcome to bring along a piece already pPainted in Frenchic to use for this workshop  All materials are included in the price as well as refreshments and lunch 

Venue:
Edie-Mae's
Shaston House, 15 Shaston Road , Stourpaine Blandford Forum

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


TALK: 'Life of Brian' with Art Critic & Historian Richard Cork


On Saturday 17 November we are delighted to welcome the award-winning art critic, historian, broadcaster and exhibition curator Richard Cork to the barn to discuss the life and influence of eminent sculptor Brian Taylor. Joining him will be Taylor's son and five generations of former pupils, including sculptors Laurence Edwards and Ellen Christansen. Laurence Edwards - It wasn’t Brian’s incredible technical ability or natural talent that got me in the end. He was ‘nature’, I’d never met someone so in tune with work, it was his only form of expression, everything boiled down to the making not the showing the casting or the talking, that and empathy are what he leaves me striving for. Ellen Christensen - ‘In 1986 I was one of the students invited to his house in Italy. I began to draw the surrounding landscape but found myself overwhelmed. Brian’s drawings were amazing – especially impressive when one knows how difficult it is. The mountain range was huge, and the light was beautiful’. The best advice I had from Brian was ‘there is always more you can see’... Formerly Art Critic of The Evening Standard and Chief Art Critic of The Times, Richar Cork now writes for The Financial Times and broadcasts regularly on BBC radio and TV. He was Slade Professor of Fine Art at Cambridge University in 1989-90, and Henry Moore Senior Fellow at the Courtauld Institute, 1992-5. He has acted as a judge for the Turner Prize and curated major exhibitions at Tate, the Hayward Gallery, the Barbican Art Gallery, the Royal Academy and other European venues. Richard Cork was appointed an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy in 2011. Messums Wiltshire are pleased to represent the estate of Brian Taylor. The exhibition Brian Taylor: A Retrospective is showing in the Barn Gallery from 27 October - 2 December.

Venue:
Place Farm
Court Street Tisbury

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


WORKSHOP: Life Drawing Class with Antony Williams R.P. P.S. N.E.AC


“The only way is to sweat it out at life class, like I did.”  David Hockney As part of our ‘New Perspectives’ exhibition we are celebrating the art of observation with a Drawing Weekend which includes talks and workshops for those of all ages and experience and tutored by professional artists. Learning to draw from life is considered to be fundamental as a practice for any artist. Studying the human form is complex and rewarding, not only does it improve drawing skills and powers of observation but improves the understanding of movement, gesture, emotion, composition and spatial awareness. Come along to the Long Gallery with it's natural north-facing light for an intensive two-hour drawing session with a professional life model. Your tutor for the course will be the painter and professional portraitist Antony Williams NEAC PS RP.  His impressive array of portraits include those commissioned by Her Majesty the Queen, the RT Hon Margaret Beckett MP and Sir Alan Budd. In 2014 Williams won the Prince of Wales’ Award for Portrait Drawing and was the winner of the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize in 2012. All drawing equipment will be provided. The class is limited to 8 places so do book early.

Venue:
Place Farm
Court Street Tisbury

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 5.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


THE SECRETS OUT


The Secrets Out are a lively and fun party band covering hits and dance floor fillers from every past decade plus of course, current chart hits. Fronted by the dynamic Mel who has successfully toured Europe and supported by long standing professional musicians and backing singers , audiences are treated to authentic sounds ranging from Madonna to Adele,Bruno Mars to Stevie Wonder,Pointer SIsters to Rhianna, Maroon 5 to the B52s and back again. Being a party band we also throw in a few little surprises to make every night a truly memorable one Get ready to party 'til you can't party no more ' FREE ADMISSION FROM 8PM BAND ON STAGE 9PM

Venue:
Prestbury Sports Bar
The Close Warminster

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 8.00pm -
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 11.30pm


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Frenchic Crackle


This workshop isn‘t just for furniture! You will learn how to use the art of paper “Decoupage” to embellish almost anything. You will be taught how to Decoupage, simple, layers and over crackle effect. Take it a step further and we‘ll also teach you how to age it effortlessly too! All materials are provided including, refreshments and lunch

Venue:
Edie-Mae's
Shaston House, 15 Shaston Road , Stourpaine Blandford Forum

When:
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


WORKSHOP: Still Life Drawing Class with Caroline Bays


'Let whoever may have attained to so much as to have the power of drawing know that he holds a great treasure.’   Michelangelo 'The art of drawing which is of more real importance to the human race than that of writing…should be taught to every child just as writing is’. John Ruskin  As part of our ‘New Perspectives’ exhibition we are celebrating the art of observation with a Drawing Weekend which includes talks and workshops and tutored by professional artists. Artists of all ages and experience are invited to join us for an hours still life drawing tuition with artist and tutor Caroline Bays. Learn how to observe the objects around us in a new way, with a perceptive awareness of their outline, shape, proportions, tone, texture, form and composition. As Caroline says, "There is a particular engagement with the subject matter that comes when working from life". A still life will be set up in the Long Gallery to benefit from the space's natural north-facing light. Caroline regularly exhibits with The Royal Society of Portrait Painters and is a member of the ‘Pastel Society’. She has been shortlisted for the Lynn Painter Stainers Prize Exhibition 2013, The Hunting Prize, The Discerning Eye and The Garrick Milne Prize. All drawing equipment will be provided.

Venue:
Place Farm
Court Street Tisbury

When:
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Beginner's Frenchic Furniture Painting Workshop


Ad Hoc extra date  Beginner's Furniture Painting Workshop Bring a small item of furniture no larger than a bedside cupboard  You will be taught to prep, paint and finish your piece to a professional standard  All materials and refreshments are included in the price. Please bring along your own lunch or let us knownif advance and we can cater for you.

Venue:
Edie-Mae's
15 Shaston Road , Stourpaine Blandford Forum

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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