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- Marking Our Tracks - Further Afield - Songs For Quiet Steps - Empty Church Walks
- Singing Ringing
- Marking A Fine Line Mosaic Way Marker Project 2012 / 2013
- New Vistas / Wider Horizons, October 2011
- Back to Books and Invisible Threads
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Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Stephenson Way Art Group Panels
It is always wonderful to be able to include members of Stevie Way Art Group in Back To Books projects, it is such a welcoming, well run group of active, engaging people. The group meets on Mondays between 11.30 and 1.30 at Stephenson Way Community Centre, Corby.
The group is organised, on a voluntary basis, by the very wonderful Arts Facilitator Ann Leonard and supported by the equally wonderful Susan Shier.
Ann has been a key participant in many Back To Books projects, including Invisible Threads, New Vistas Wider Horizons and On the Right Track.
In her capacity as Office Manager at AES Europe, Ann enabled us to protect the saplings planted in the Jubilee Wood at the Old water Tower in Brigstock in 2012 by providing (along with her colleagues) the stakes and mesh.
During the legendary Stevie Way Art Group Christmas Party participants were all keen to help with the Brampton Valley Way Mosaic Way Markers so on June 10th 2013 artist Carole Miles hired a room in the Community Centre and invited the group to drop in and begin work on two new panels.
We had a spacious, room to work in, regular top-ups of tea and coffee and a marvellous buffet lunch provided by the group.
Our youngest participant was very keen to explore all the colours in the tile box!
The conversation is always lively and the laughter abundant, there were some new visitors as well as regulars and everyone was made to feel right at home.
The image that was the inspiration for this panel can be seen here
and the image for this panel can be seen below
After an intensive day of mosaic making both panels are well under way and we would like to thank all who took part for making it such an enjoyable experience.
The full Flickr Set from the day can be viewed here