Dave Woolass

A member showing their "6 of the Best"

Charles Evans



We have demonstrations by visiting artists on the first Tuesday of each month, apart from January. A chance for us all to see how the professionals do it, and pick up some useful tips.

The demonstrationa are held at Pinchbeck Village Hall, from 7.30p.m. to 9.30p.m.


We have a break half way for tea, coffee, chat, and a chance to have a closer look at the artist's work, and usually at other examples of their work. Some also have equipment for sale.



At the demonstration evenings members can have a table to display their craft work, or "6 of the Best" of their paintings. Members can get together and share a display if they wish. So you don't have to find 6 paintings!


Speak to a committee member (we all wear badges at the demos) if you want to book the table. Please do join in and show us your work.

Demonstration Diary 2017


  • January - No meeting
  • February 7th - David Hyde - Acrylic, egret - website
  • March 7th - Peter Dalziel - Pastel portrait - website
  • April 4th - John Harrison - Line & wash - website
  • May 2nd - Andrew Geeson - Loose w/c flowers - website
  • June 6th - Amanda Jackson - Oils, turning wave - website
  • July 4th - David Lewry - coloured pencils - website
  • August 2nd - Naomi Clement - Oils, flowers - website
  • Sept 5th - Paul Talbot-Greaves - Bold & dynamic w/c - website
  • October 3rd - Terry Chipp - Acrylic - website
  • November 7th - Jane Lazenby - Oils, equestrian - website
  • December 5th - Vic Bearcroft - Pastels/charcoal - website


We have a raffle at the demonstration evenings, tickets £1 per strip. Prizes can be collected in the break.



Before the December meeting we are given a "Challenge", - a subject for us all to paint using our own interpretation. They can be in any medium. These are displayed at the December demonstration and judged by the demonstrator. See the December 2016 winners below.

Three artists with their winning paintings

December 2016 challenge - to paint the Old Mill, Lyme Regis from a photo.

Winner: Wyn Cox (centre), 2nd: Sally Slade (left), 3rd: Colin Twell (right)

Copyright: Spalding Arts & Crafts Society 2017