Come to Norwood Park on Saturday 20th June between 12 and 4pm and draw, paint or sculpt one of the beautiful trees.
There will even be some professional local artists on hand to help, if you need it. Bring what equipment you can – paper, pencils, charcoal, chalks or pastels and paints. But don’t worry if you can’t, as some equipment will be available if you need it.
We will gather from 11.30am at the Hungry Hippo café – half way up Salters Hill side of the park. And, as part of Norwood Food Week, there will be an Iraqi picnic – courtesy of Athraa and Nabil who run the café, for just £5.50.
For more details go to: www.grubclub.com/west-norwood-food-week
So come along, practice your artistic abilities, and show off your work at The Portico Gallery
Turkey Oak, Ruskin Park – Mark McLaughlin
Respected local artist Mark McLaughlin specialises in painting trees and is one of the professional artists it is hoped will be on hand to give advice and encouragement during Art in the Park.
See his work at www.markmclaughlinartist.co.uk
You can put your work up on Saturday afternoon and evening until 6pm. Your work will then be on display at The Portico Gallery from 6pm to 8pm on Saturday where there will be a special reception. The Gallery will also be open on Sunday 21st between 11am and 4pm. So invite family, friends and admirers to view or purchase your artwork. A cash bar and coffee bar will be available during the exhibition.
For more details contact us on 0208 761 7612 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org