Most of us stayed in the room that was displaying Alison Britton's work over the past 40 years. What an interesting exhibition, with wonderful shapes of pots and interesting decoration.
Until the page was full -
I particularly liked these two plaques, which were quite chunky and had an additional raised rim so that they seemed like two framed mirrors hanging on the wall. (Lying flat, they could hold water, which could mirror the sky...)
What was everyone else up to?
|Janet K went for two big black/white pots, then focused on the decoration of another|
|Joyce chose this one, among several she'd drawn, to be photographed|
|Carol used her careful marks to show tonality, then brought in colour as a background|
|In a warmer room, Janet B found a horse on a Renaissance door lintel|
|Using china markers to add white highlights|
|Inktense pencils - "mix them with water and WOW the pencil turns into vibrant ink"|