Endelienta Open Exhibition: FOUR

St Endellion Church, 1 February to 31 March

The title of our third open exhibition implies a sense of structure and completion, for example in the four sides of a square, the four seasons, the four natural elements, or the four cardinal wind directions. It also reflects the format of this exhibition, specially conceived to replace our traditional open exhibition while the hall is being refurbished. All selected pieces are in A4 portrait format and will be exhibited on stands in the church in specially created books.
Expect an extraordinarily varied range of works including paintings, drawings, original prints, and photographs.

structure and completion, for example in the four sides of a square, the four seasons, the four natural elements, or the four cardinal wind directions. It also reflects the format of this exhibition, specially conceived to replace our traditional open exhibition while the hall is being refurbished. All selected pieces are in A4 portrait format and will be exhibited on stands in the church in specially created books.
Expect an extraordinarily varied range of works including paintings, drawings, original prints, and photographs.

For further information about submissions, please go to our website www.endelienta.org.uk or email to development@endelienta.org.uk

Endelienta Make Club

Endelienta Make Club For children and parents!

One Saturday morning each month, 10am-12.30, Stone Barn

Each month we have new creative ideas to keep you busy. The Make Club is a fun space to explore, create and get messy. The workshops are led by inspirational artists and makers. There will be materials available for parents as well. Book your places through the website. £5 per family.

19 May: Drawing workshop

16 June: Colourful Mixed Media workshop

14 July: Crazy Birds, led by Caroline Cleave

Plymouth College of Art: New Curators

Plymouth College of Art: New Curators
16 – 24 June, St Endellion Hall

(Open at weekends only, from 11.30am to 4.30pm)
Endelienta has invited students from the Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Programme at Plymouth College of Art to put together this exhibition giving a flavour of the themes, techniques and questions they explore in today’s world.

Drawing – Experimentation & Expression

Drawing – Experimentation & Expression
5 – 20 May, St Endellion Hall

(Open at weekends only, from 11.30am to 4.30pm)
Drawing has always taken a central place in the work of visual artists. Whether on large sheets of paper pinned to the wall or in the intimacy of a pocket-sized sketchbook, drawing is what painters, printmakers, potters and sculptors use to record observations, explore compositions, investigate themes and try out approaches. It is intriguing to follow the artist’s discoveries and experiments, but drawings are also an expression in their own right. In recent years there is renewed recognition of the impact of drawing and growing interest from collectors for tonal works.

This new exhibition shows a variety of approaches to drawing from artists including Jackie Henderson, Max William Burrows, Paul Jackson and Peter Ursem.

Endelienta Make Club

One Saturday morning each month, 10am-12.30, Stone Barn

For children and parents!

16 March: Watercolour fruit with Debbie Trant

20 April: Clay Day with Paul Jackson (This special Make Club event will be take place at Helland and will be longer than normal, Tickets £10.)