A smaller attendance of 14 joined the August meeting but there was a good selection of entries in the monthly competition.
The title was Branching out and as usual there was a varied selection of interpretations. The judge for the day was Helen Heller who was also in charge of the afternoon workshop.
The afternoon session was entitled Coastlines and depicting beach scenes using recycled material such as a large circle of wire covered with string, a selection of wool to create the sky and pieces of driftwood and flowers for the rest of the scene.
The finished results were designed to be displayed.
From the morning contest, the Most Innovative Award went to Barbara Gadd. Other results: Intermediate: Doreen Spain
1. Senior: Barbara Edlington 1, Kay Savage
2. Premier: Joan Davenport 1, Marion Hunter 2, Liz Franklin 3. Supreme: Pam Moore 1, Vera Gover 2.
Clockwise, from left, Doreen Spain’s design; most innovative from Barbara Gadd; and a creation of Barbara Edlington.