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Rebecca Le Tourneau Zoom Workshop

Friday 16th April from 7.30 p.m.- 9.30 p.m. Join from 7.00 p.m.

https://fcsaonline.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Rebecca-Le-Tourneau-DRAWING-WORKSHOP.pdf

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ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2021

The date for the FCSA Annual Exhibition has been changed from July to the second weekend in September. The Exhibition will take place on FRIDAY 10th & SATURDAY 11th SEPTEMBER 2021 at High Cross Church, Camberley. The Evening Reception will be on Thursday 9th September.

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SPRING 2021 NEWSLETTER

https://fcsaonline.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/SPRING-2021-v3-1.pdf

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SPRING ON-LINE EXHIBITION

1st March 2021 – 1st May 2021

A new exhibition of paintings by FCSA members will be coming on line on 1st March. All the work will be original and new to the website. Members have been invited to submit their work by Monday 15th February to  gallery@fcsaonline.org.uk. Watch this space.

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VALERIE BROOKS

Very sadly indeed FCSA learnt of the death of Valerie Brooks just before Christmas on Saturday 19th December 2020. She was a very accomplished artist who won several prizes at the FCSA Annual Exhibitions as well as winning the Jerry & Jill Seward’s Trophy, also known as the People’s Choice, twice. Our deep sympathy goes to all her family and friends. Her funeral is on Tuesday 12th January 2021.

If you would have liked to attend the funeral, due to Covid restrictions this is not possible, but you can find details of the webcast by following this link: https://valeriebrooks.muchloved.com/?fbclid=IwAR2EVT1IjfLuFDHp_SPdcLETa2UBlyvUrvKAaWgPvfmoFc0W6QF-RbOxu9

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AUTUMN NEWSLETTER 2020


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Treasured Trees Museum Exhibition

No sooner was the “Treasured Trees” exhibition of paintings by FCSA artists up in the Museum and Heritage Gallery in Main Square, Camberley, than the second Lockdown was announced and the doors were closed until 2nd December 2020 at the earliest.

It is hoped that there will be an extension to the end date of the exhibition beyond Christmas and into the New Year. In the meantime here are some photographs of some of the paintings in the exhibition.

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James Willis Zoom Demo

Friday 23rd October 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

James Willis will be giving a watercolour demonstration based on the above painting of the Italian hillside town of Matera in Southern Italy.  He has said that since there is a lot of detail in this painting he will have to simplify it for the Zoom demonstration when he will explore colour relationships using complementary colours. 

The demonstration will be free to FCSA members and £5.00 to non-members.

For more details and to register interest please contact news@fcsaonline.org.uk

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British Legion Poppy Appeal

At a time when charities are finding it particularly hard to raise funds, one of our members, Sue Whitehead, has generously offered her beautiful poppy painting to put up for auction. The money raised will go to the British Legion Poppy Appeal.

To place a bid, send an email at gallery@fcsaonline.org.uk with your offer. We will keep the auction page updated to reflect the current bid.

You can visit the auction page via this link.

This painting is part of our Lockdown Exhibition, which you can visit via this link

Sue Whitehead – Poppy field, Acrylic Framed 55cms x 45 cms
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Surrey Heath Museum Exhibition

In February, before anyone was aware of just what an extraordinary year this was going to be, Surrey Heath Museum offered Frimley & Camberley Society of Arts the chance of having an exhibition in the Surrey Heath Museum & Heritage Gallery.

The good news is that this exhibition is going ahead.  It will run from 24th October until Christmas. The Surrey Woodturners will be displaying work at the same time and the Museum calendar for 2021 is on the ancient woodland of Surrey and will also be on sale.

For this reason, the paintings for submission should fit in with the theme of WOODLAND. There is not a large amount of room for the exhibition so paintings should be small.  With just over a month, members may want to paint something specially for this event but if you have something suitable already framed, that would be excellent.  Any woodcarvings from members can also be submitted and will be displayed in a glass case.