Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Colour Codes 2013: developing creativity using colour, relaxation & sound

Robert Delaunay Premier Disque 1930



Beginners Course
Intro offer...
7 sessions £77
10.30 - 1pm Tuesdays
starts 15th January 2013
(limited places)

Venue
Ansdell Institute
Woodlands Rd
Lytham St Annes
FY8 4BX
 
3 mins from railway station - direct service from Preston & East Lancs
5 mins from Blackpool & Local Buses
on street parking
 
£7 deposit secures place
ideal Christmas Gift (payment in full)
cheques & paypal accepted
 
 
 

 
 

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

For those interested in numbers....

33 treasury tags
 
0.42% of the treasury tags were unusable.
The most used coloured pencil was blue.
The most popular coloured circle was purple.
1,960 drawings were made.
1,834 people took part.
This blog has had 3,930 visits.
 
Thank you everyone for your interest.
 
 
Faber-Castell:  Polychromos

Karismacolor

Sunday, 28 October 2012

A BIG thank you to the Project Team...


These hardworking, sensible people not only made this fantastic project possible but they also made it lots of fun!

Thank you - xxx




Circles of Light (The Big Draw in Fylde) 2012:  Project Team


Lucy Alexander


Patsy Berrisford


Jeanette Lawton


centre 
Project Manager & Projects Director, Circles of Light - Fylde:  Christine Stringfellow 

from top clockwise 
Workshop Assistants:  Patsy Berrisford, Jeanette Lawton & Lucy Alexander
 
Visiting Artist:  Julia Swarbrick  

Technician:  Brian Stringfellow

 

Big Draw, Lowther Gardens, Lytham Exhibition (Sunday)

What a wet and windy day! 
 
Thank you to the brave souls who joined us and apologies to anyone who came after 1pm.  We left just before the rain came down sideways.  I suppose it's fitting that the public side of the project ended as it began.  Remember rainy days with the mobile library?  [see earlier entries]
 
We're hoping to have all the work displayed indoors before Christmas so... watch this space.
 
 



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Saturday, 27 October 2012

Big Draw, Lowther Gardens, Lytham (Saturday)

 
Thank you to everyone who came along and for all your wonderful comments.
 
We love it too!

 
















Friday, 26 October 2012

Newsflash.... Big Draw in the "witches hat" Lowther Gardens, Lytham


The coastal show of the work made by hundreds of residents and visitors to Fylde will take place this weekend.  11am - 4pm Saturday & Sunday under the "witches hat" in Lowther Gardens.

No, it's not a pre-Hallowe'en special, although spooky things are happening in the gardens over half term.  (see http://www.lowtherpavilion.co.uk )

The "witches hat" is a shelter near the aviary in the gardens.  The Circles of Light team will be on hand to help you make your own contribution to the artwork. 

FREE - no need to book - for all ages & abilities - wheelchair friendly


                                    


Monday, 22 October 2012

Lowther Gardens, Big Draw Event next weekend...

Circles of Light (The Big Draw in Fylde) 2012 Exhibition, Kirkham Memorial Park (Saturday)


Circles of Light (The Big Draw in Fylde) 2012 Exhibition, Kirkham Memorial Park (Sunday)
 
 
Working outside always presents challenges:  no two events are the same.  The only constant is the team's determination to do it!
Come along and see how we do it this time and see what 1,653 people have made over the course of the project.  There are 1,829 drawings.  We would like to reach 2,012 and with your help we can. 

It's easy - we'll help - come and have a go.

Lowther Gardens
11am - 4pm Saturday & Sunday, 27th & 28th October

The exhibition and drop-in sessions are free, suitable for all ages and abilities, wheelchair friendly and no need to book.

Kirkham Exhibition (Sunday), the Big Draw, more blue sky and a better setting...











Kirkham Exhibition (Saturday), the Big Draw, blue skies and sunshine...

what more could be wanted. Saturday, 20th October was a beautiful autumnal day with crispy leaves on the ground, very little wind, blues skies and sunshine. To top it all Friends of Kirkham Parks gave a much appreciated helping hand to set up.

St Michael's Church, Kirkham