Yearly Archive: 2014
We have decided that we will all benefit from some time to pause and reflect so we are having some weeks off during which we are considering the following questions:
What’s worked and what hasn’t?
How should we go forward?
We will then meet again over lunch in order to listen to each other and then make decisions for the next few months based on priorities arising from our conversation.
It’s been a quiet week after a 2 week holiday break. We made lunch from mostly vegetables and salad donated by a group member who works his friend’s allotment.
I had been to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and was showing one of the group photographs I had taken of a wildflower meadow, which inspired him to make a drawing.
This wolf was drawn by someone who describes himself as a writer rather than a visual artist. He surprised himself by making this drawing and commented that it seemed as though he had picked up where he left off drawing as a child.
Someone who has been part of our group for several months and who has just found somewhere to live in a nearby town made a drawing of a boat at sea. She hopes to return to the group from time to time.
Thank you to Sheila Oliner from all of us at Roaming Penzance
The above drawing was made using oil pastels and paper donated by artist Sheila Oliner who gave us these and much more when she moved out of her St.Ives studio earlier this year. Sheila has been a very good friend and mentor to me over the last 20 years. She has been supportive to this group with advice and materials and by attending our exhibitions.