Author: Grant Newell
In June, Kate Downie lead a very experimental workshop called Upended Traditions. We started with a huge pile of discarded and dormant art materials dug out from the dark recesses […]
Fantastic workshop last Saturday called “Beyond Print Line and Texture”, run by Katie Smith (tablet +HAAR). Laying down base colours then making stamps to print our designs. The process is […]
A touch of magic (along with lots of hard work and creativity) at the Arthouse on Saturday, in a brilliant workshop led by Hetty Haxworth. The results above, and below, […]
Just a small snapshot of the amazing creativity unleashed at Theresa Gourlay’s recent workshop producing brilliant portraits in a variety of mediums.
In early September, Hetty Haxworth, a new tutor to the Arthouse, delivered a fabulous and busy day of drypoint printing. It was fascinating seeing how the same simple process generated […]
At the end of August, we had a three day workshop making paper with Alison Newman and then printing on that paper with Elspeth Lamb. All the paper was formed […]
Fantastic day, in late August, with Kit Martin assisting some artists with some previous experience of cyanotypes to develop their skills further and work on some more substantial pieces.
Off The Rails Arthouse is an artist led organisation run on a voluntary basis which has offered space to explore a wide range of arts-related activities since 2012.
An exhibition by cross-disciplinary artist’s Zoë Darbyshire and Ian Cameron who met 20 years ago while working in physical theatre.
Last Thursday, we were lucky to enjoy some May sunshine at the Arthouse, along with the fabulous Kit Martin running a Cyanotype workshop.