Thank you all you SASA members and your friends who supported the Life Drawing classes held at the Portuguese Hall. I was surprised and delighted to see the great number of you who turned up on these cold winter mornings- that’s what I call dedication to one’s Art! Frankly I wasn’t too sure of how many to expect but, in the event, you surpassed expectation and made the classes a success and pleasure. It was good to meet SASA members who I didn’t know, and their friends, who I hope will consider becoming members.
I think that we had extremely nice, experienced models who each contributed their individual repertoire of poses. We were fortunate as we had quite a small list to contact, a number being unavailable thanks to FIFA and school holidays. At this point I want to ask all members of SASA to please communicate the names and details of interesting and experienced models that they come across to Liz Pearson so that she can put them on the SASA blog . Her email is; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you, too, for your experienced assistance and input of information, and also your patience when things didn’t go so smoothly. Kokava Kalmi you were an angel when the electricity went down- thank you. My gratitude to all of you who moved furniture into place and back to its original place at the end of the class; to those who helped with the tea and washing dishes and lugging stuff up and downstairs. They include non-SASA members too. Penny Steynor, thank you for bringing your light each week and for lighting the models. The council members, Barbara, Liz, Glenda, and Fiona and others,Carol.Christine(who consoled me when I broke the handle of the urn),Lyn, Irina and the Brawny Men of course and many others- forgive my failing memory. I extend my gratitude to every single one of you.
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