MEETINGS

The art group meets
every Thursday morning
in Acklington Village Hall
from 9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.

All Welcome

 INFORMATION / CONTACTS

If you would like to know more about our group, or would like to join us (no art experience necessary and beginners very welcome) please ring either of the following members:

Sylvia McClure
01670 763006

Margaret Hammond
01670 760214
 

MEMBERS

                 
Listed below are the current members of our Art Group.

If you would like to read a short profile of the artist, and see examples of their work, please click on their name.

Jenny Allan
 
Ann Cairns
 
Anne Clark
 
Jessica Cooper
 
Barbara Dow
 
Mary Guy
 
Margaret Hammond
 
Pat Johnson
 
Sylvia McClure
 
Ros Nicholson
 
Susie Rumens
 
Sue Stewart
 
Chris Tose
 
Pam Thompson
 
AT WORK......











SCARECROWS

Acklington Art Group support community events such as the annual village scarecrow trail.

In 2012 our "Vincent" scarecrow proved extremely popular.











In 2014 our posh bag lady, named "Miss Carrie A. Bagg", was voted the third favourite exhibit by the public.

ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION 2017


IN THE NEWS


ART GROUP HELPS TO BOOST HOSPICE SERVICES

The following article was published by the Northumberland Gazette on 22nd December 2016

Acklington Art Group held a very successful coffee morning on October 15th, with all proceeds going to HospiceCare.

They raised a fantastic 1,697.57 which could provide 68 hours of specialist 'Hospice at Home' services.

Pictured above are (back row from left) Rebecca Taylor - hospice representative, Anne Cairns, Sylvia McClure, Pat Johnson, Christine Boulby, Liz Howe.  Front row: Jessica Cooper and Fattan Parvini.
  
      

ART EXHIBITION 2016









 





ART EXHIBITION 2014

Below are just a few of the images from our art exhibition held in Acklington Village Hall on Sunday 26th October 2014.

  

  

 


  

 

To see more of the exhibits from the annual exhibition, please click on the box below. 

 

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TURNIP PRIZE EXHIBITION 2014
 




To see more of the art installations entered in the Turnip Prize
Exhibition 2014, please click on the box below. 
 

 

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