The new SPRING Journal
is out now, with a fabulous exhibition 'Threads through Creation' - silks in cathedrals!
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and get all the latest information
about the Guild!
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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EVENTS & NEWS
The Spring Journal's cover photo is by one of our inspired Isle of Man members and the beautiful photo above is from a series called 'Threadsthrough Creation' - a spectacular exhibiton of huge panels in various cathedrals - well worth tracking down for a visit!
This edition has some fabulous ideas, a round-up of
Branch news, plus a wonderful free book,
courtesy of Search Press!
Let us know what you are painting and experimenting with in silk.
Send your photos and ideas to our Journal editor, Elitta, at email@example.com and post your suggestions
and activities on our Facebook page!
Keep in touch electronically!
Our guidelines for risk assessment and incident reporting aret on our website under the Resources section so that they are available for use along with our insurance documents.
Members using the insurance will still need to notify Tatiana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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photos of your latest work to go into the Gallery!
EVENTS The Staffordshire/Shropshire Branch
of the Guild can be seen at the
British 'Quilt & Stitch' Show at
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.