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With attendance at the new Audlem Art Group on Friday mornings exceeding all expectations, and with the successful Wednesday Watercolour classes, an Artistic Licence can now obtained at Audlem Post Office.

With Artistic Licence, anything is possible. No longer must you copy the work of of the great masters, or indeed the tutors at the various painting and art classes now thriving in the village. Artistic Licence enables you, whatever your ability or experience, to create original and exciting work in your very own style.

If you pop into the Post Office for your Artistic Licence, simply have a word with Lynne Smith who will put you on the straight and far from narrow path to artistic success.

The next few meetings of the Audlem Art Group are:

  • Friday 14th November 2014
  • Friday 28th November 2014
  • Friday 12th December 2014

All at the Bridge Inn, Audlem, with a 1.00pm start and running for two hours.

It's not too late to join and Christine will bring any newcomers — with or without Artistic Licence — up to date.

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