AIJ artists' news and events
AIJ23 event is now finished, but our artists continue to make work and participate in other events and shows throughout the year.
Kate Tullet's Book Launch
Book launch and exhibition at Kate Tulett's Art 4 All
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10am to 3pm through till 21st August
An Emotional Journey to Recovery to Help Keep Your Mental Health in Check
Kate Tulett best known for their Muddy Stillettos award-winning Art Gallery and artworks, recently published a debut book that will take the literary world by storm. The book entitled 'Turning Tides' provides an uplifting and raw account that has been praised for its power to help its readers going through a rough patch to get on the road to recovery and improve their mental health through images painted by the Artist and the reason behind the appreciation.
The book is an emotional account of the author's enthralling life experiences, successes, and trials. Though it is not a one-size-fits-all solution, it is a powerful tool designed to help individuals going through life's challenges to be mindful, and appreciate the simple things in life, while also providing a support system for those battling mental health problems.
The book is now available for purchase on www.katetulettart.com and soon to be on Amazon.
Contact: Kate Tulett Phone: 07815 918511
Erin Jones' Painting With Wool workshops
From Hand to Heart by Carol O'Dea
Carol will be at the Crowborough Community Centre on Saturday 2nd September from 10 until 1 and Friday 22nd September from 12 until 4.
She will be painting and demonstrating the use of traditional materials, please do come and find out about Chinese brush painting and Japanese Sumi-e (ink) painting and try out the materials. Paintings, cards and bookmarks will be on sale, and she will also have some Sumi-e gift bags for sale which would make lovely presents for anyone thinking of trying this beautiful art form.