u3a Farnham Exhibition of Paintings (4)

Exhibition of Paintings (4)

Welcome to the Exhibition of Paintings (4) brought to you by the Farnham u3a Painting groups.

This is the fourth online Exhibition, by the members of the Farnham u3a Painting Groups, that we’ve been able to bring you.

2020 has affected us all in different ways. Some of the artists have found that painting has helped them get through the year. Other artists have found it difficult to paint because they’ve missed the usual peer group discussions. The featured artists hope that you enjoy their pictures.

The Farnham u3a has three painting groups, all are self led, with members who have a variety of skills, the members benefit from the skills of each other.

The three groups welcome new members, no matter their ability, and normally meet every two weeks. At the current time physical meetings, at the Maltings, are suspended.

You can find full details and contact information for the groups on the Farnham u3a website by clicking here.

Please click on a thumbnail to open the art gallery:

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You can find the Farnham u3a site here.

There are over 70 different groups, some are academic (literature, languages and history) and  others have a practical or creative focus (for example painting, photography and computing). Others groups are sporty, purely recreational or social; there really is something for everyone.

Farnham u3a has  members with a rich pool of knowledge and talent who, in keeping with the ethos of the Third Age Trust, are willing to contribute their time.

Posted by The MrT Podcast Studio for the Farnham u3a Painting Groups.

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Author: Tim D

In the early 1970s Mr Timothy & his Phonograph was a popular mobile disco around Leeds University and Tim was known as MrT. Tim also spent 9 years broadcasting a weekly programme on Hospital Radio in Wakefield. He worked for more than 40 years for large industrial organisations and spent his last 15 years in global commercial management roles. Following retirement he started making podcasts in 2017.