The winner of the public vote for best painting in our recent Winter Exhibition was Alison Chalmers’s portrait “Proximo” (Oliver Reed in the film Gladiator)) with 33 votes out of the 500 votes cast. Peter Atherton and R S Henry’s paintings came next, tied with 21 votes each
The Fife Shell Art Exhibition, (sponsored by Shell UK), will run in Lochgelly Centre from Saturday 5th October until Saturday 23rd November 2019. The Exhibition will feature several artists from Dunfermline Art Club. A preview evening for participating artists and guests will be held on Friday 4th October 2019.
A 15 minute walk from Burntisland station.My mum Susan Smith in the studio downstairs is also open.Please share with anyone who may be interested.Please note – my studio is up two flights of steps.
The Jess Burns Memorial Prize is awarded each year to the Dunfermline Art Club artist whose work had been voted favourite painting by the general public during the clubs Annual Exhibition.
The award comes with vouchers for the purchase of art materials and we are pleased to announce that the winner for 2019 is Chris Amos for his excellent pastel work “Maine Coone”. Congratulations Chris ! The runner up this year was Annette Burgess.
The voting for the prize this year was again well spread, with 66% of the entrants getting at least one vote.
The Club Secretary has provided the following information relating to submission of entries to the Dunfermline Ambulance Station Exhibition. – “Members who are exhibiting at the Dunfermline Ambulance Station Exhibition should take in their paintings between 3 pm and 7 pm on Tuesday 2nd April direct to the Station. Our contact at the Station is Neil Gillies and the address is KY11 8UK almost opposite the new fire station on the Pitreavie Industrial Estate.”
The Club Secretary has provided the following information relating to the proposed Dunfermline Ambulance Station Exhibition. – “The Notice for members to enter details of the exhibits they intend to enter is now on the Exhibitions noticeboard. Members should sign up with details of their entry by 15.00 hrs next Wednesday, 27th March.”
At this year’s Winter Exhibition, for the first time, the club invited the public to cast a vote for their favourite painting on show (similar to the voting which takes place during our Annual Exhibition). The outcome resulted in joint winners. Very well done to Anne Pack for her watercolour “Now you see me” and Jack Pender’s “Poppies / Seascape” in oil. Anne’s winning painting is shown above. We don’t have a picture of Jack’s painting at this time.