The Great Broadway Paint-Off 2021

2021-05-31T15:20:18+01:00June 13th, 2021||

Your chance to draw or paint our beautiful Cotswolds village for the day and be in with a chance of winning great prizes! Many thanks to our prize sponsors, without which we could not run this event: Top prize £500 worth of Framing from Richard Christie Framemaker £200 Jacksons Art Supplies Voucher A bouquet of [...]

Broadway Heritage Guided Walk

2021-04-08T16:34:34+01:00June 9th, 2021|, |

Enjoy a historical walk around the beautiful village of Broadway and discover the hidden history of this ancient village through its buildings and their associated stories. Little is recorded until 972 when King Edgar granted a Charter to the Benedictine Monastery of Pershore. Edgar, the peace-maker, introduced (the) ordnance of the ‘Hundreds’ where (shires) were [...]

Going Wild with Watercolour (Animals & Wildlife) – Workshop with Jake Winkle

2021-04-21T09:46:29+01:00June 8th, 2021||

Paint bold loose watercolours with "The Artist" magazine's Jake Winkle painting two animal pictures closely supervised by the tutor. Tracing options will be available for those who prefer not to sketch freehand. Back by popular demand after his demonstration at the 2018 festival, this workshop will take place at the Lifford Hall in Broadway. Suitable [...]

Painting in oils at Snowshill Manor Gardens NT with Penny German

2021-04-21T13:48:46+01:00June 8th, 2021|, |

Painting in oils in the gardens of Snowshill Manor ‘Capturing the essence of a garden’ Join Penny German, associate member of the RBSA for this wonderful opportunity to paint en Plein Air, in the orchard and gardens of National Trust Property Snowshill Manor & Gardens. The workshop will begin with Penny giving a brief talk [...]

Watercolour with Impact – 1 Day workshop with Brian Smith RI

2021-05-25T16:43:16+01:00June 7th, 2021||

Join renowned Watercolour artist Brian Smith RI to explore and develop skills taking your work to the next level. Composition, tonal level, focus, narrative warm and cool. Options are endless, be stretched. Work in quick small 15 minute exercises through to the larger challenge. Collective shape creates a cohesive work draw the viewer in, remember [...]

Capturing the Moment: Rapid Sketching Techniques with Tim Fisher

2021-05-19T10:37:21+01:00June 7th, 2021||

Introducing colour, participants will build upon the learning points of the previous day, looking at recording the scene in ink and wash, using either watercolour or coloured pencil to complete the scene. This second day is for those who wish to get a better grasp of the watercolour process though loose and lively sketching. Artists [...]

Capturing the Moment: Rapid Sketching Techniques with Tim Fisher

2021-05-21T10:18:49+01:00June 6th, 2021||

Working with pen, pencil or charcoal learn fast and effective ways of recording scenes in a landscape setting in and around the picturesque village of Broadway. Artists will focus on ways of capturing the scene and honing drawing skills. Those attending will appreciate how to observe, interpret and create sketches as a record, or potentially [...]

Getting Going with Oil Paints with Andrew Field

2021-04-01T09:46:42+01:00June 4th, 2021||

An introduction to working with oil paints with Andrew Field, contestant on Sky Arts “Landscape Artist of the Year”, to develop a repertoire of techniques and processes to build confidence and understanding of how to manipulate paint, using a variety of painting mediums. A professional local artist with over 20 years experience of teaching, he [...]

artBEAT – The opening weekend of Broadway Arts Festival

2021-02-15T17:52:41+00:00June 4th, 2021|, , , , , , |

artBEAT is the opening 3 day weekend for the festival that showcases the work of some of Britain’s top artists, designers and artisans in the main marquee on the village green in this idyllic Cotswold village. Entry to the exhibitor marquee is free to the public! Throughout the weekend the marquee will house talented artists, [...]

An Artist’s Legacy, Sargent, his Sister & their Friends.

2021-02-16T12:12:22+00:00June 4th, 2021||

Following a very generous gift to the Ashmolean Museum of a group of works by John Singer Sargent, his contemporaries Augustus and Gwen John and Phillip Wilson Steer, and from another donor a gift of works by his sister Emily Sargent, the first public showing of both gifts has been kindly offered to Broadway Museum and [...]

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