Rob putting changing seasons in the frame
ARTIST Rob Collins has spent time on Wotton Hill painting.
Since last October Rob (pictured) has been working on the hill above Coombe making a picture of exactly the same view once a week to record the changing seasons, light and weather as the year progresses.
At 4.30pm on Christmas Eve in the cold with bells ringing in the town and the sunrise as it moved along the horizon as winter turned to spring were two occasions he remembers especially. Rob has written a couple of sentences about each painting session, which is on the website along with the painting itself.
At the end of the year, Country Life magazine is doing a feature on the paintings and will be exhibiting the complete set at Under the Edge Arts in Wotton in January and Newark Park in March and April 2013. The Francis Kyle Gallery in London will be showing them this autumn.
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Rob's progress can be seen at www.rcollinsart.com. The paintings are for sale at £500 each.
Music with Mummy and Jolly Babies starts up again in September at Wotton Arts Centre on Friday mornings.
Take your child on a musical journey at these fun and lively sessions. Suitable for babies and toddlers. Bubbles, parachute, simple percussion and much more. Contact Kay Smith for details on 01454 250420 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make the most of Wotton Pool as it closes for the summer on August 31. Sundays 10am to noon, afternoons 2pm to 4pm and evenings 6.30pm to 8pm.
Wotton Rovers Youth section held their annual presentation day in May at Katharine Lady Berkeley's School. All of the club's age section gathered for a day of football and fun. The club would like to thank all the people who turned out and helped on the day to make this a highly successful event. The club is always looking for willing volunteers, coaches and sponsors so if you can help in anyway, contact email@example.com.