From creative crayoning to advanced techniques
ARTISTS have been showing off their works across the county.
The largest visual arts event in the county, Bucks Open Studios, began on Saturday June 6 and will continue until Sunday, June 21.
In Amersham, the Simpatico artists have been inviting guests to see how they work in St Michaels Church, Sycamore Road.
Cecile Gallina, from the Simpatico artists, said: “We had a successful start with a steady flow of people throughout the week.
“As in previous years we have had a number of people who would like to take up art and were interested in Jenny and Liz’s Pop In and Paint group held in the church every last Friday of the month, except August.”
The artist added: “People coming to the church enjoy chatting with us, picking our brains on the techniques that we are using, some people try their hand at painting and children love it if we give them a piece of paper and some crayons or paint brushes to play with.”
To find out more about the 500 artists exhibiting this month, see www. bucksopenstudios.org.uk.
C Cecile Gallina and Jenny Thompson from B Bucks Vision as part of the Open Studios e event