Trunch Art Collective
The Group meets each Thursday between 1.30pm and 4.00pm in the Methodist Church Community Room.
The organiser for this Group is John Stear. This year, the annual exhibition of the Group’s art work is being held on the 25th and 26th August.
Trunch Art Group
The Group meets each Wednesday between 1.30pm and 4.00pm in the Village Hall.
If you would like to join, please phone Jan Ellmore on 01263 726003 or email: email@example.com If you are new to art or already an accomplished artist we would welcome your company and expertise!
Our group is very friendly and welcomes anyone who would like to learn how to draw or paint in pastels, watercolour, acrylics, oils etc. We have all these mediums at hand for you to begin with, so give this very enjoyable hobby a try. One on one tuition is available.
Our weekly fee is £3.50 or £3.00 if paid in advance, If anyone would like to come to our monthly demonstrations by outside artists, you will be most welcome, it is £3.50. This includes tea/coffee and cake or biscuits.
In addition to our weekly meetings, there are outings to local art exhibitions, as well as painting outside (weather permitting).
DEMONSTRATION 23rd SEPTEMBER 2015
ART GROUP VISIT TO ALBY GARDENS 17th JUNE 2015
We had a very nice afternoon at Alby Gardens the weather stayed fine, Janet gave a demo and tea and cakes where had later.
SCARECROW DAY 18th JULY 2015
We had our usual exhibition in the church the weather was good and we had a good turn out.
16th December 2015 – CHRISTMAS DINNER AT THE”SCARBOROUGH HILL HOUSE HOTEL”
A good time was had by all.
WEDNESDAY 6th APRIL 2016
A visit from watercolour artist Martin Sexton. Martin has studios at Beeston common and is a very popular local artist,he gave us a demonstration of his work
SUNDAY 17th JULY 2017 Scarecrow day & Open gardens
And our annual exhibition it was very hot so there was a good turnout,and it was the day our new 24 piece mural was unveiled of the sun setting over Trunch church, it is exhibited in the village hall.
Wednesday 19th December 2018
Christmas dinner at the Beechwood hotel was a splendid three course meal with coffee and mince pies afterwards.
July a visit to st benets abbey on the river bure
Lunch was had in ludham then then on a boat to the abbey
Then also in july our annual Scarecrow day exhibition at the church
August afternoon tea at the Beechwood
A VISIT WAS MADE TO THE BEECHWOOD HOTEL ON OUR LAST MEETING BEFORE THE SUMMER BREAK
WE HAD AFTERNOON TEA AND THEN SAT IN THE GARDEN DRAWING AND PAINTING, THE WEATHER WAS VERY
NICE TO US ,THIS WAS AT THE END OF AUGUST
Christmas dinner at the Beechwood wed 18th december 2019