Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Priscilla Hauser - pictures

Priscilla has plans for a beautiful lily design to keep you all busy.
See previous post for details - here are some pictures to whet your appetite. This design will be taught in both oils and acrylics.  It will take a day and a half so there will be time for Priscilla to teach her famous 'ALL ABOUT ROSES' techniques.
Priscilla and her lilies


Monday, 16 June 2014

Priscilla Hauser




We are pleased to offer a surprise treat (it was a surprise to us as well!).

The lovely and talented Priscilla Hauser - America’s First lady of folk art - has offered to do a two day seminar, exclusively for BADFA, on July 19 and 20.
Priority booking for BADFA members until 28 June, after that it’s first come,first served.

She will be teaching one (or more) of her beautiful designs, of which we will have details, soon.
If you need accommodation there is a list of local B&Bs/hotels too.

Location:
The Old Sorting House, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0AA

Cost:
£60 - includes lunch both days, surface, paints
(£35 per day after 28 June)

You need to bring:
Wet palette (ideally Masterson) - selection of brushes - transfer paper - stylus - water pot

To book:
Please send a cheque made payable to BADFA and details of any food allergies/dietary requirements to:

Rowena Howell
12 Cranleigh Road
Merton Park
London
SW19 3LU

We also need your name, address and email address so that we can send a booking confirmation and a supply list.  In the case of cancellation, refunds will only be made if your space can be filled.

Watch the BADFA blog for details as they become available.

Sunday, 1 June 2014

Convention 2014

Well that was a busy couple of days!
Our annual convention is finished until next year - we have yet to decide on the venue. We had a good turn out and the AGM provided some lively conversation and discussion, new ideas, and a fully stocked committee.

All I have to do now it put it all into the newsletter, which will be a little late this time as we wanted to include the convention news while it was fresh.

Thanks to all the members who joined in the fun, and the traders who sold us some bargains. And thanks to the teachers for four fabulous classes on Saturday, and to Andy Skinner, who endured a lively Sunday.

... right,must get on!