Previews of paintings 10 and 11 from the thirteen chosen to feature in the clubs 2019 Calendar are shown below. They are, Dysart, a watercolour by Jen Manson and West Shore, Pittenween by Roy McGowan. The final two paintings will be previewed here in a further News Post very soon.
Previews of paintings 8 and 9 from the thirteen chosen to feature in the clubs 2019 Calendar are shown below. They are, Limekilns Harbour, a watercolour by Ian Blance and Inchcolm Abbey, in Acrylic by Irma Brown. The remaining four paintings will be previewed here in further News Posts very soon.
Previews of paintings 6 and 7 from the thirteen chosen feature in the clubs 2019 Calendar are shown below. They are, Pitfirrane Club House in Pen and Ink by George Aitken and Spring Cleaned Yacht (Charlestown) in Acrylic by Helen Rowbotham. The remaining six will be previewed here in further News Posts shortly.
Previews of paintings 4 and 5 from the thirteen chosen feature in the clubs 2019 Calendar are shown below. They are, Mercat Cross, Culross by Doreen Dewar and Drying Nets at Pittenweem by Anne Hill. The other eight will appear here in further News Posts shortly.
An article in the Dunfermline Press from Saturday 23 March 1883 reported “A meeting of gentlemen called together by circular for the purpose of forming a Fine Art Association for the town and district was held in the committee rooms of St. Margaret’s Hall, Dunfermline on 22nd March 1883. As a result of this meeting, The Dunfermline Fine Art Society (now known as Dunfermline Art Club) was formed.
Dunfermline Art Club is listed in the Scottish Charities Register, Charity Number SC041320. You can find details of the clubs annual submission to the Office of the Scottish Charities Regulator via our “Links ” page above. Additionally, if further information is required, specifically, Annual Reports (in Word format) and/or Receipts & Payments (in Excel format), these can be provided on application via our “Contact Us” page.
Club member and tutor Colin Joyce has been enjoying success lately with a series of articles in the popular Leisure Painter Magazine. Colin’s most recent published work now features one of his trademark landscapes on the front cover of the magazine’s January 2018 issue, on sale from 1st December. Congratulations Colin.