The topic of the exhibition was 'Elements' and this was everyone's interpretation.
Shirley did a wonderful display using all four elements, earth, air, water and fire. This cliff was the star attraction of her display, especially the gull which was made by her husband.
Roma took a monthly photograph of the sky outside her window and used mark making to interpret the clouds.
Liz put all four elements into her first picture and the second represents water as snowflakes.
Christina also did 'Earth' showing the change in farming from medieval to modern day
Ann has also chosen 'Earth' and has used mirrors to create these lovely mirror image patterns based on photographs she has that were taken in Australia.
Jenny uses such subtle colours in her work, these I think are based on photographs taken in France.
Angela has chosen 'Water' as her theme and as we live by the sea she has used the sea in her work.
Val has chosen 'Titanium' as her element and the periodic table. I have unfortunately cut off her free standing pieces in this picture but she has used them to hold the plants that you can see.
Pamela has used 'Water' for some of her work and also 'Copper, Lead and Gold' for other pieces.
Barbara produced a lovely piece based on a Hokusai painting. The scarf on the right is hand woven.
We had fun doing these, and I hope everyone will enjoy the next challenge as much.
Also on display were items from the workshops we did and they all looked really good, we have done a lot of work over the past two years.