Latest Journal

The Spring 2019 Journal
is out now!
Join the Guild now for your copy and get all the latest information!

The cover photo is of 'Baby' - a fabulous silk painting by and donated by Daniel Jean-Baptiste and is a prize at the Festival - along w ith a gorgeous printed silk scarf of an original painting donated by Karen Sistek, plus a beautiful brooch.

Journal Deadlines
The latest dates for your articles, information, reports etc to be sent to the editor are:
Feb 10th: Spring Journal
May 10th: Summer Journal
Aug 10th: Autumn Journal
Nov 10th: Winter Journal

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Our latest Journal has been sent out to all our members with a reminder to renew your membership for this year!


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We have some new and beautiful silk paintings on show!
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April 2019

The Royals Shopping Centre
High Street, Southend-on-Sea
Saturday 25th May: 9am to 6pm

Festival 2019
'Beside the Sea' to be held in
Southend-on-Sea, Essex on the weekend of
13th and 14th July, 2019.
For details click on this link or go to:

The Guild of Silk Painters
is an international, non-profit- making organisation, based in Great Britain whose aim is to promote and inspire the art of silk painting.

Membership of the Guild will provide you, amongst other benefits, with a network of fellow painters of all levels, abilities and locations to share and exchange ideas and information through the Journal and the website.

Artists often work alone and miss the stimulation that can be gained from creative interchange. The Guild will encourage you, through your local branch, to meet regularly with other painters for demonstrations, workshops and lectures.

There are also opportunities to showcase members' work both here in the galleries and in the Journal.

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