Weekend Art Challenge – Afternoon Tea

We have been indulging in some cakes and sweet treats for afternoon tea in this weeks art challenge. Our featured image is by student Nina Phillips and we love the texture she has created on the tops of her cakes. Equally Norman Tharby has created some fantastic texture by painting his scones using a pallet knife and it works extremely well. We especially like the textured blue background which sets off the scones beautifully.

We hope that everyone enjoyed this challenge. Stay tuned for a new Weekend Art Challenge posted here tomorrow.

Acrylic on canvas mainly using a palette knife….
Norman Tharby
Weekend challenge for non-brits is to realise it’s very important to understand the protocols surrounding the taking of afternoon tea…and these can vary from county to county!
Audrey Quinton
Emma Miller
Afternoon tea.
The art work below is a mixed medium piece of a cream tea. It was an afternoon spent at ” Carriages” in Cambridgeshire where you have afternoon tea in an 1920’s style train carriage. I’ve used children’s paints, chalks and a pencil.
Nina Phillips
Weekend Challenge – how to indulge in afternoon tea when chores impinge on your ‘me time’…
Audrey Quinton

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