Uncovering treasures from young artists’ sketchbooks

17th October 2016

preparatory-design-watercolour-fabric-and-stitch-on-paper-jpg.JPGArtistsmeet are rounding off a year of varied displays with ‘RMS Works on Paper’, an exhibition from the pupils at The Royal Masonic School for Girls that features a piece of work from each girl who is currently working towards a GCSE or A Level in Fine Art or Textile Design.

The exhibition aims to showcase the outstanding preparatory drawings, prints, embroidery, models and photographs that often hide within the pages of lovingly crafted sketchbooks and folders.

Head of Art, Leanne Kingston added “The focus is normally on the outcome but as all creative people know, the ideas are discovered and recorded in a variety of methods on paper before they are brought more fully to life on canvas, garments, wall hangings or in 3D form. Each girl has thoughtfully selected a piece of work that exhibits her talents, observations and interests.”

Artistsmeet are proud to be supporting creative young people in local secondary schools by offering an opportunity to showcase their skills and to have their work featured in a contemporary gallery space.

RMS Works on Paper
Monday 7 November – Saturday 31st December 2016
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm and Saturday 10am – 2pm
Free entry
Watersmeet, High Street, Rickmansworth WD3 1EH

14766931998726.jpgCelebratory Exhibition Launch
Wednesday 9 November
5pm – 7pm

Everyone is warmly invited to the official evening launch where pupils, their families, friends and staff from RMS will be coming together to celebrate the variety of work on display and the talents of the girls whose work is featured within the show. Refreshments will be provided and you can drop in at any time.

Christmas Community Print Workshop
Thursday 8 October 11:30am-1:30pm
Rickmansworth Baptist Church, High Street, Rickmansworth, WD3 1EH

If you enjoy getting creative at Christmas time you can join the talented students from RMS for a Christmas print workshop and get inspired using stamps and lino cuts. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills and techniques for repeat printing cards, tags and wrapping paper. All abilities are welcome and festive mince pies and refreshments can be enjoyed.

The workshop is free but spaces are limited, so booking is required in advance. Email for more information and to secure your place.