Journal 108

The new Winter Journal
is out now - the report of our Freedom Festival back in Septemnber and a few ideas for Christmas decorations!
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Journal Deadlines
The latest dates for your articles, information, reports etc to be sent to the editor are:
Feb 10th: Spring Journal
May 10th: Summer Journal
Aug 10th: Autumn Journal
Nov 10th: Winter Journal

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Happy New Year!!

2021 is almost over as I write this... I hope that
2022 will bring joy into all our lives!

The Winter Journal has some ideas for Christmas decorations in silk and that some of you have been energetic enough to have a go at making them and experimenting with your owns creations!
Share them with us - send the Journal editor some
photos with descriptions - we would love to hear about them!


Let us know what you are painting and experimenting with in silk. Send your photos and ideas to our Journal editor, Elitta, at and post your suggestions
and activities on our Facebook page!

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December 2021

The Guild of Silk Painters
is an international, non-profit-making organisation, based in Great Britain
whose aim is to promote and inspire
the art of silk painting.

Membership of the Guild will provide you, amongst other benefits, with a network of fellow painters of all levels, abilities and locations to share and exchange ideas
and information through the Journal
and the website.

Artists often work alone and miss the stimulation that can be gained from creative interchange. The Guild will encourage you, through your local branch, to meet regularly with other painters for demonstrations, workshops and lectures.

There are also opportunities to showcase members' work both here in the galleries and in the Journal.

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