The Artist of the Month: Arts Week organisation board
Arts Week was a very successful event, thanks to the whole DAN organisation board. On the picture John Bodley, Peter Hawkins and Malcolm Wakeman dressed in French costumes (only one moustache is real!) More »
Westacre School pupils present their design for the Mural 2016
Westacre School pupils designed the Mural 2016 with the theme of Edward Winslow, his journey on \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Mayflower\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' and his relationship with Native American chief. More »
Droitwich Art Society members in SAA World Record Art Challenge
Droitwich Art Society members sent their Artist Trading Cards as a part of SAA World Record Art Challenge More »
DAN annual exhibition at Hanbury Hall
Each year DAN members hold an annual exhibition in the prestigious venue, Long Gallery at Hanbury Hall More »
Yarn Bombing 2015
In Summer 2015 DAN members and local crafters organised a yarn bombing project in the Victoria Square in Droitwich. More »
Droitwich Camera Club has plenty to offer the novice or the more experienced photographer and caters for both film and digital users. As a Club, we like to support and help to improve our members’ work and photographic skills.
Droitwich Camera Club has a varied programme of events, competitions and speakers throughout the year.
More information about Droitwich Camera Club can be found on their website
Tamara Jelača, member of Droitwich Arts Network, is displaying her contemporary textiles throughout August Park’s Cafe in Victoria Square, Droitwich Spa. Tamara is Serbian artist based in Droitwich Spa since 2013 who works predominantly in the field of contemporary textiles. Since she graduated textile design from the Art University in Belgrade in 1996, Tamara experimented with different textile materials and techniques, but in last decade she grows more interest in embroidery and stitching.
Tamara was taking a part in over 70 group exhibitions and projects in Serbia and abroad (Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Sweden, France, Spain, Germany, Bolivia, United Kingdom). She exhibited her work in 9 solo exhibitions.
One of the newest paintings Stephen chose to show on this exhibition is ‘After Nouveau’ painted in watercolour and ink. Stephen says, “It was taken from a print I found in the October issue of the Artist Magazine 1896. It was an interesting, challenging but enjoyable project and was I very pleased with the finished painting.”
In his paintings, Stephen Evans shows an interest in various topics such as nature, animals, architecture, seascapes, people in action, and he is always willing to experiment with new subject or technique.
To see more of Stephens artwork, please visit his gallery page on this website.