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The Audlem Art Group resumes meeting after a short break.

If you want to paint with watercolours in a friendly, fun group then why not come along. The group will meet on Wednesdays starting at 10.00am from Wednesday 12th September.

Venue: Audlem Scout and Guide Hall. All ages and abilities welcome.

Learn how to paint and draw a variety of subjects from still life to portraiture and landscape.

Tutor: Stuart Watkinson. 10.00am- 12noon. Course fee £58 for ten weeks.

For details please phone Stuart on 01270 662763 or email: mail@stuartjw.plus.com

Recently the Audlem Art Group went all patriotic and tackled the Union Jack on a blustery, sunlit day.

(This is not the whole painting but a section to fit Audlem Online's landscape photo format)

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