Jim Butler did a great job on the critique. I found myself wondering what different things he could say about each piece, but his experience as a teacher for many years shone through. He touched on lots of points and his critique was always 'gentle' and 'encouraging'.
He worked at a steady pace, never rushing, and managed to talk in length about every single piece of art that was brought along. A job well done, I am sure you will agree.
Here are some photographs from the night, including a picture of Jim's own work 'The thin red line', which will be on display with many of his other painting at the Harbour Arts Centre in August.
Please go along to the HAC and enjoy more of his work. August is also the time of year for our own exhibition. Handing in times for the exhibition were published in the last post of this blog.
Next week's AGM night will be rounded off by a presentation in the Art of Silhouette Cutting. I will be hosting this. Not to be missed, this is an excellent chance to learn about this beautiful art form. Do come along.