Last Friday was potato printing day. Everyone who participated in this extraordinary activity seems to thoroughly enjoyed themselves. And with some interesting results.
Getting a handle on things
As for myself, I have tried my best to forget last Friday. I designed and formed a first class handle on my potato (with minor self harm). A master piece of engineering to aid printing pressure etc, Unfortunately, the final image when printed looked nothing like the pleasant leaf design I had intended, but more like a shoe print exhibit from a murder enquiry! I have learnt from this.
We must all thank Anne Benson for setting this event up and for supplying all the materials. Not an easy task, and Anne does it so efficiently it is easy to take these things for granted.
Official, Coffee Monday is fun
Just a quick report on this month's ‘Coffee Monday’… All I can say is we made Seaford Sailing club rock! I counted a record 23 caffeine-fuelled addicts making communication their goal. It was as if we had just been let out of solitary, and I reckon we certainly left one or two legged donkeys hanging around afterwards*.
It was great to see so many partners welcomed. And they didn’t look bored, so the talk can’t have been all art, art, just art. Actually, when I think about it, we set two records by enjoying the company of the youngest ever Seaford Art Club Coffee Monday guest with Anne’s 2 year old great granddaughter! And that brought my attention to the ‘play box’ in the corner. So, if you ever get bored whilst attending Coffee Monday, there are toys and games to keep you occupied.
Apologies if I didn’t get to speak to everyone. Looking forward to the next one.
Jeremy Sales *sorry about my attempt at humour.