Committee Meet our committee and learn about the aims of The Salisbury Group of Artists

Martin Webster : Chairman

Martin Webster

Chairman

Retiring to Salisbury I joined the Salisbury Group of Artists having never been part of an art group before and came to the Friday afternoon group sessions where I received a warm welcome.  I now paint predominately in acrylics and am moving in a more semi abstract/abstract direction.  Being someone who believes profoundly in people and communities I have recently offered to become deputy chair for the group to help further its aims of making painting fun for all, but also giving an opportunity learning to get better at it.  I look forward to working with a lovely group of people to see what sort of journey we can create together.

John Bulford : Minutes Secretary

John Bulford

Minutes Secretary

John is a recently retired architect.

jmbulford@gmail.com
Rose Duly : Treasurer

Rose Duly

Treasurer

I work at a local firm of accountants.  I started to draw and sketch after mobility problems meant I could not keep up with my young family. I’ve only recently expanded into painting with acrylics / multimedia and I love the variety of mark making that this medium enables. I look forward to meeting like minded people with SGA.

roseduly@outlook.com
Beverley Singleton : Publicity

Beverley Singleton

Publicity

beverleysingleton@rocketmail.com
Paul Ryder : Exhibitions

Paul Ryder

Exhibitions

I have lived in Salisbury for over 20 years, joining the Salisbury Group of Artists a few years ago.  A self taught artist, I have always had a passion for drawing and painting - I started sketching in my late teens, during my travels around the world.  Why do I paint? Because the relaxation it affords allows me to become absorbed in the mysteries of creativity.  Because of the challenge of working with colour of every sort.  Because it gives a fantastic sense of achievement.  Because I see painting as a life-long project, filled with endless opportunities.

paulryder164@gmail.com
Terry Kemp : Newsletters

Terry Kemp

Newsletters

Terry is a self taught artist who has never been without a pen, pencil and brush in his hand.
After a modest success in selling his art in London where he worked, he moved with his family to Wiltshire to live and work by and on the Kennet and Avon Canal. This gave him the opportunity of living and working in the environment and countryside that inspires him.

Terry says ‘The big skies of Salisbury Plain and the abundance of wildlife that enjoy its environment are an inspiration. Wiltshire hares are a favourite subject. From my sketch books of hare drawings my paintings and sculptures are developed. I always do hope that the special individual characters of these animals come through and give everyone the same pleasure they gave me in portraying them.’

newsletter@salisburygroupofartists.com
Annie George : Events Organiser

Annie George

Events Organiser

annie.george2308@gmail.com

Chairman

Martin Webster

 Secretary

John Bulford

jmbulford@gmail.com

Treasurer

Rose Duly

roseduly@outlook.com

Membership

Martin Webster

m.webster609@btinternet.com

Newsletter

Terry Kemp

newsletter@salisburygroupofartists.com

Exhibitions 

Paul Ryder

paulryder164@gmail.com

Publicity

Beverley Singleton

beverleysingleton@rocketmail.com

Workshops

Annie George

artworkshops@salisburygroupofartists.com

Friday Art

 Josie and Ken Smith 01980 846508

 Website

Terry Kemp

Events Organiser

Annie George

annie.george2308@gmail.com

 

Aims of Salisbury Group of Artists

The Salisbury Group of Artists exists for the advancement and practice of painting and all its allied arts including printing, sculpture, textile, installation, performance, sound, light, video or digital. Membership is open to all who apply for entry and to existing members who wish to renew their membership.

Non members are welcome to talks and painting days without notice but by prior application when requested to events or workshops. The fee for visits will depend on the destination.

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