Seaton and District Art Society enjoy colour

SEATON and District Art Society enjoyed a talk by Vice President Daniel Adams on Colour with a Difference.

SEATON and District Art Society enjoyed a talk by Vice President Daniel Adams on Colour with a Difference.

Daniel began by displaying an oil painting of Belstone on Dartmoor, explaining how he always works from the original rather than a photo, in his attempt to capture a moment in time.

He used a colour wheel to demonstrate his work, encouraging members to experiment with colour.

The next meeting will take place on Monday, April 5, at 2pm, when Christine Russell will show members her expertise on Still Life in Pastels.


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