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Village Show

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Village Show

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Village Show

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Live and Local in Bradbourne

Saturday 2 April 2022, 7.30pm, All Saints Bradbourne will be hosting another ‘Live and Local’ performance: Paradise and Thorns (Ashley Hutchings & Becky Mills). 

Described as a ‘new words and music show’ presenting a sublime mix of great songs and poetry, from Shakespeare to Bob Dylan, together with a commentary to lead the audience through the subject of Love – man’s noblest frailty.

Tickets available from bradbourneboxoffice@btinternet.com or 01335 390080

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Derbyshire Open Arts in Windows

           

Ruby Hickmott

‘ Derbyshire Open Arts in Windows ‘

              4 Church Walk 

May Spring Bank Holiday 28th – 31st May

                10am – 5pm 

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Any Art Students?

Update: These have been rehomed

any GCSE or A level art students who would like an art portfolio folder and/or large painting/drawing paper  would be most welcome to these. 390568 Debbie Webster

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Congratulations!!!

A huge congratulations to Esther, our local wildlife artist…..

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Parwich Art Gallery

Thank you to Lynette C for this photo of the Parwich Art Gallery

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Setting Moon

Thank you to John L for this stunning shot of the setting moon this morning.

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Firstly, thank you all so much for getting involved and helping to decorate our beautiful village for Easter, it’s been fantastic to see everyone’s creations whether they’ve entered the competition or not.

All the entries have been great, and it’s made Val and John’s job of judging them a real challenge. They’ve chosen their winners based on the love and effort put into creating them. The winners are:

Under 7’s: Doug and Lily

7 – 15’s: Eva Jones

15 up: Glynis D

Prizes will be delivered tomorrow!

Thank you to Val and John K for judging for us, and big thanks once again to everyone for joining in and making this very strange Easter a special one for us all.

Thanks and stay safe, Rosie

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Easter Comp Entry

Thank you to Rosie C for her entry into the Easter competition

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Here are Georgia & Maisy’s Easter Creations for the Easter competition.

Maisy – Age 9
Cheese & Mice
Georgia – Age 12
Carrot Patch Easter Chocolate Brownie

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NHS Nightingale Needs You!

NHS Nightingale would like to fill it’s new wards with bright & beautiful drawings and paintings by children. They need to be A4 so they can be laminated and kept clean and germ free.

UPDATE:

Once completed, people are asked to share them online using #rainbowsfornightingale

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Parents of Parwich (Alsop-en-le-Dale, Ballidon and Pikehall) we hope your first week of home schooling is going well! We thought we’d try to lend a hand by setting your children a few challenges. First up a painting or drawing challenge, the title this week “My House”.

Can you paint or draw a better picture than me?

BAC917C9-1506-476D-AFC4-A9217918201FPaint or draw a picture of your house and ask a parent  to email us a photograph of it. Your pictures will be featured in a special gallery here on the blog for all the village to see. The best picture will win an Easter egg and stand a chance of being on the cover of this years Parwich Wakes program! Be sure to send in your picture before Thursday 2nd April and look out for another challenge!

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Congratulations to Esther!!!!

Many congratulations to Esther who got the top award for her raven studies (screenprints) at London’s, ‘The Natural Eye’ art exhibition.

The Natural Eye is the annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists and showcases the very best of fine art inspired by the natural world. It is renowned for displaying a wide ranging collection of exciting and thought provoking work including sculpture, printmaking, painting and drawing. See below for some images of Ether’s work.

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Art Exhibition This Weekend

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Final Day Today

Two Parwich Artists Flyer for Blog 2019

 

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Art Event This Weekend

Two Parwich Artists Flyer for Blog 2019

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Two Parwich Artists

Two Parwich Artists Flyer for Blog 2019

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Art Event This Weekend

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Two Parwich Artists

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Two Parwich Artists

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Many congratulations to Esther who has been awarded the prestigious ‘BIRDscapes Gallery Conservation Through Art Award’ at this year’s The Natural Eye 2018 Exhibition, which is the 55th annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists. The Natural Eye showcases the very best of fine art inspired by the natural world. It is renowned for displaying a wide ranging collection of exciting and thought provoking work including sculpture, printmaking, painting and drawing. If anyone happens to be in London, the exhibition is open until 1 pm on Sunday 4th November – click here for more details.

A copy of the award and the associated painting are shown below.

 

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2018 FINAL

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Art Exhibition Tomorrow

2018 FINAL

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Art Exhibition

2018 FINAL

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Art Exhibition

2018 FINAL

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Art Exhibition

2018 FINAL

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Derbyshire Open Arts

Artists Gillian Radcliffe, Ruby Hickmott and Lynn Comley are open today 27th and bank holiday Monday 28th May 10am to 5pm.

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Derbyshire Open Arts Preview Launch

Photos taken at last nights Derbyshire Open Arts preview launch.

Come and support the artists exhibiting in Parwich, part of a county wide Arts Trail with over two hundred artists exhibiting their work in their  studios.

**Gillian Radcliffe – Flaxdale House**

**Ruby Hickmott – 4 Church Walk**

**Lynn Comley – Stubley, Creamery Lane**

Derbyshire Open Arts brochures available at artist venues

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Derbyshire Open Arts in Parwich

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Derbyshire Open Arts in Parwich

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Annual Art Competition

Artists to showcase Derbyshire in open art competition
Artists are urged to get creative about Derbyshire’s life, landscapes and people in the annual Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition.

DCC’s competition is fast approaching its 36th year and is open to artists of all ages, professional and amateur. The judges ask that entrants use Derbyshire to inspire their submissions.

Artists should use their entries to show what does this county means to them. The work could be a Derbyshire landscape, a town or streetscape, local people, still life or representations of local stories. Artists can use most media, including oils, acrylics, watercolours, drawing, print, collage, manipulated digital imagery or three-dimensional work. (more…)

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The Wonders of the Peak

Derbyshire County Council has sent the following information:

Buxton Museum and Art Gallery launches Wonders of the Peak
A brand new gallery and digital experience is set to open at our Buxton Museum and Art Gallery.

Wonders of the Peak − a journey through time and place − houses the museum’s collection of 1,200 Peak District artefacts collected over 125 years. The Wonder of the Peak website (opens in a new window) allows people to explore the collection digitally while visiting the Peak District, or from the comfort of their own home, or the library, using their smartphone, tablet or computer.
More than 75 volunteers were instrumental in the project. Their contribution included testing the digital content, collecting oral histories, laying out new displays and conserving and documenting artefacts. (more…)

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