CARSHALTON ARTS WEEKEND - Honeywood, 24th & 25th May 2008

The annual Carshalton Arts Weekend brought together a huge number of people of all ages to participate in a wide range of activities, and to view the exhibitions at Honeywood Museum.

From the visitor's Book - "Thank you, it was really enjoyable. My children had a go at a dozen things and really liked the shadow puppets. This festival and the Centre (Museum) add so much to the town." Click
HERE to read further comments

We congratulate our Art Competition Prize-winners, who were adjudged by local artist John Stillman to be:

4-7 years: 1st Erin Horsley, 2nd Seo-Hyun Ho, 3rd Joanna Hoyle
8-11 years: 1st Eliza Turner, 2nd Claire Dunican, 3rd Olivia Turner
12-18 years: 1st Rita Chamberlain, 2nd Zoe Baskett, 3rd Lydia Kirby

A gallery of pictures from the event - click on the pictures to see larger images

1st Prize
4-7 Years
Erin Horsley
2nd Prize
4-7 Years
Seo-Hyun Ho
3rd Prize
4-7 Years
Joanna Hoyle
     
1st Prize
8-11 Years
Eliza Turner
2nd Prize
8-11 Years
Claire Duncan
3rd Prize
8-11 Years
Olivia Turner
     
1st Prize
12-18 Years
Rita Chamberlain
2nd Prize
12-18 Years
Zoe Baskett
3rd Prize
12-18 Years
Lydia Kirby
     
Prize winner Claire Dunican demonstrates her skills at the easel
 
(from the left): Joanna Hoyle 3rd,
Erin Horsley 1st and Seo-Hyun Oh 2nd
- in the 4-7 group in the Art Competition
Rita Chamberlain (left) 1st and Lydia Kirby 3rd
in the 12-18 group
in the Art Competition
     
Well known local artist John Stillman with
Claire Dunican, 2nd in the 8-11 group
in the Art Competition
Age is no barrier at this Family occasion!

 
Alfred and his Teddy picture

 
     
All the family got involved! Images from local artists on display Images from local artists on display
     
Images from local artists on display Images from local artists on display Images from local artists on display
     
Images from local artists on display Images from local artists on display Images from local artists on display
     
Gabby Pulston finishes of her mosaic
 
Concentration at the mosaic making
 
Artist Helena Vaughan and two members of the Honeywood staff
     
A giant frieze of Carshalton High Street was available for everyone to add to Two young artists livening up the frieze
 
Adding further to that frieze!
 
     
A busy High Street on the frieze Our PCSO, Helen, escapes the mayhem! A cheerful wave from the Coach & Horses
     
Julie Curry adding detail to a painting in the garden at Honeywood Museum Local artist Julie Curry at work with two young artists in the garden A group enjoying the mosaic making
 
     
Mum helps out!
 
Sgt. Andrew Wood and PCSO Helen Dolce from Honeywood's local Safer Neighbourhood team Size is no barrier in art!
 
     
Taking afternoon tea in the garden Tony Drewett's shadow puppets Their mother said we could publish this picture!

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