Month: December 2020

Gentle reminder!!

First of all, I hope everyone has had a wonderful Christmas 🎄 As it’s such a crazy time, I am putting up this reminder of what images are due in the New Year, which is almost upon us (thank goodness we might say 😂). Entries for the Knockout and for monthly competition 4, Book Titles are due on 3rd January, so get creative 😊 Images for the Folio and the One Print are due by the 7th January, remember to get your prints ordered in time if necessary! Wishing you all a Happy New Year 🥳

Christmas social and quiz 17th Dec 2020

This Thursday is our annual Christmas social and quiz 😊 There are prizes for the quiz winners as well as the best Christmas hat and jumper 🎅 As always partners are welcome, so come along and join us 🍻🥂 zoom link has been sent via email. See you there 👍

Thursday 10th December

This week we have Mike Martin doing his talk for us ‘It’s not what you see, it’s what you make.’ Mike’s website is if you wish to explore his work.

Competition 3 Results

Congratulations to all the winners of competition 3, and a big thank you to Will Stead for his constructive and valuable feedback. The results are as follows;


  1. Contemplating the past – Mags Carr
  2. Autumnal Reader – Beth Robertson
  3. Nuts – Steve Bird

Fabulous Flour Power – Janet Taylor
Venus and Cupid Sculpture – Morecambe – Fernley Stribling
Jail Cell Joker – Ellen Bell
E for education – Linda Knapper

Contemplating the Past – Mags Carr


  1. Wasp Returning to Nest With Prey – Ellen Bell
  2. Rhino – up close and personal – Janet Taylor
  3. Robin – Ellen Bell

European Bee Eater pair- Peter Bagnall
Robin – Mags Carr
Red Admiral on Verbena flower – David Dempster

Wasp returning to Nest With Prey – Ellen Bell

Set Subject – leading Lines

  1. Winter Woodland Trail – Janet Taylor
  2. London Underground – Ellen Bell
  3. Lines Leading Where – Graham Dean

Next stop Heaven – Kevin Dawson
Font in Kirkwall Cathedral – Joe Greenhough
Multi-coloured spiral – Janet Taylor
Coniston Dwellings – Fernley Stribling

Winter Wonderland Trail – Janet Taylor