Experience the space, air, light and colour of the local landscape – Newsletter November 2017

St John Street Gallery invites you to an exhibition by  LEWIS NOBLE

Autumn turning leaves

“LOCAL COLOUR”

Preview Thursday November 9th
5:00-8:00pm

The exhibition will run until November 25th.

“Painting the landscape allows for freedom of painting, expression and experimentation. I want the paintings to stand in for the landscape,  so when you stand in front of them you get some of the atmosphere of being surround by space, air, light and colour. They are not meant as ‘frozen moments’ in time like a photograph, rather as places that are still happening, moving and alive”. 

There will also be an opportunity to purchase some of Lewis’ older work at a special price.

Read our fascinating interview with Lewis


ART WORKSHOPS IN NOVEMBER:

13-15 November: Lewis Noble –  Sketching and Painting the Derbyshire Landscape:
20 November: Sue Prince – Introduction to Egg Tempera Folk Art Painting
21 & 22 November: Wendy Darker ( 2x one day workshops) – Paint a Wintery Stag in the Snow

For more information go to our workshops webpage.


Getting ready for the cold weather at our Café! 

We are planning some lovely new warm treats in the café with the colder weather on the way, i.e. butternut, mushroom and goats cheese bake, a sizzling sausage salad, turkey breast sandwich and a choice of yummy winter soups.
Round it off with our selection of quality coffees or bottomless teas and delicious home baked cakes.
Our food is prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients where possible and a range of vegetarian and gluten free choices are available.


Our Book Group meets every 1st Monday of the month at 10am. Anyone welcome – please contact Louise Sykes if you want to join or for further information:
louise.sykes5065@gmail.com.

Please jot down these dates for our future meetings:
6 November:     Days without End by Sebastian Barry
4 December:     To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
8 January:         A field guide to the British by Sarah Lyall.
5 February:       The Power by Naomi Alderman.


Dates to remember for December

8th Dec: We will be open for Late Night Shopping until 9:00pm.

We will be open every Sunday in December, closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.


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