Welcome to Cirencester Art Society
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By Marietta Crockford 'Cockerel'
By Heather Teather SUNDAY CYCLISTS We watched a group of cyclists pass us while we were out walking one sunny summer day. The shadows were amazing. OILS
By Christine Wills
By Steve Brook 'St Just Boatyard'. This is the St Just near St Mawes, not the bigger one over near the north coast. I was there on holiday last year.
Roger Jones 'Essential Maintenance, Sharpness Canal', oil in the process of drying
By Berenice Williams 'Cherry Blossom'
By Steve Brook . This is the 'Market Hall in Chipping Campden, one of the most attractive market towns in the Cotswold.
By Margaret Mortimore 'Black cat in collage'
By Sian Defferary. 'An old farm' This was painted during lockdown from imagination pretending I was away from it all.
By Marietta Crockford 'Meeresburg Germany'
By Gill Ashley watercolour of my village, Sherston from a back road overlooking it, seeing all the roofs and then decided to follow that line with ‘blocks’ of paint into sky and foreground.
By Roger Jones 'Autumn' Oil
By Sheila Warren 'Highland Cow'
By Mike Sykes. 'Ashbury copse', October Acrylic paint and ink
By Penny Hawkes. 'The Butterfly' painted during Lockdown
By Sian Defferary 'Light at the end of the road' In the hope for a vaccination to get back to normal
By Roger Jones 'Old Harry Rocks, Dorset'
By Peter Roberts 'Ealing Town Hall'
By Colin Gilbert 'Malmsbury before the storm'
By Caroline Sandercock 'Wild horses at Rame Head in Cornwall'.
By Sheila Warren 'Cirencester Xmas Market'
by Michael Cooch. 'Gale force 8'
By Heather Teather IMAGES AROUND CIRENCESTER PARK. During the first lockdown we wandered around Cirencester Park very regularly and I was able to turn my sketches into this montage using pen and watercolours.
By Marietta Crockford Abstract 'Bluebell Wood'
By Sheila Warren 'In the Deep Mid-Winter'
By Penny Hawkes 'Swan Lane' done during lockdown
by Michael Cooch. 'They're off'
By Elaine Kemp 'Cirencester Market Place' with which I won a competition for it to grace the front of the Cirencester Markets 2020 leaflet
By Cwy England. ‘Put in my sitting room- Remember to smile!'
By Colin Gilbert 'Salcombe, Devon'
By Elaine Kemp 'Shephard’s Arms' a house in the village of Coates. (That is the correct and rather unusual spelling of Shephard!)
By Margaret Mortimore 'Another Cat' Collage
By Roger Jones 'Trafalgar Square' Oil
By Penny Hawkes ' Hare in the Forest'
By Margaret Mortimore 'Looking forward'
By Berenice Williams - Social distancing Not painted for 9 months. All dire. Decided to paint a Xmas card as usual. No ref material and this is wot appeared. Says it all!!
By Roger Jones 'Brunel’s bridge, Clifton, Bristol ( three colours for this, plus white)'
By Mike Sykes 'Copper red Acrylic on corrugated cardboard '
By Penny Hawkes 'Together' painted during lockdown
By Margaret Mortimore 'Canadian Barn'
By Mike Sykes'Parrog Boathouse' Near Newport in West Wales, where the river Nevern meets the sea Water mixable oil
By Gill Ashley The Wye Valley near Tintern', in acrylic.. Lovely autumn day, reflections of the blue house in the water, what luck!
By Gill Ashley ‘Free Spirit - although not a horse lover, the image was made in a loose style, in acrylic and pencil.
By Berenice Williams ' Found this boring old painting in loft. Brightened it up with lots acrylic ink. Mad or what. Relieved stress.
By Mike Sykes 'Polperro Harbour' In the south of Cornwall. Water mixable oil
By Margaret Mortimore. 'Cat on a Wall'
By Steve Brook 'Cornish Coast' Cornish Coast What a place! Not sure I did it justice
By Roger Jones. ‘ Roundhouse, Cerney Wick’ oil still drying out.
B y Mike Sykes. 'Amanda' Water mixable oil on canvas board
By Penny Hawkes 'Girl with a violin' done during lockdown
By Marietta Crockford Abstract 'Sea Scene'
By Heather Teather CIRENCESTER AT DUSK The lights just coming on and there was hardly any traffic at that time. The strong contrasting colours encouraged me to complete this oil painting.
By Steve Brook.Mousehole Where I stayed on holiday 2 years ago. Theres a view of St Michael’s Mount through the gap between the harbour walls