You may be interested to know what events have happened, to give you an idea of what we offer……..Visit to Moggerhanger House & the Shuttleworth MuseumWednesday 10th October 2018The Conservation Treatment of "The Mowers" by George Clausen"Un Aveu" by William Tom WarrenerAn illustrated talk byRhiannon Claricoates, Senior Research Fellow, University of Lincoln.2 pm The Collection on Saturday 3rd NovemberLunch at The Lincoln HotelFriday 9th November 12.30 for 1 pmLunch at The Lincoln Hotel, Eastgate.followed by a talk by Lord Cormack.Visit to Kettle's Yard & the FitzwilliamTuesday 20th November 2018One Hundred Years of the RAFTalk by Squadron Leader Ian Grayat The Collection Saturday 8th December 2018 at 2 pmSaturday 19th January 2019 2pm Talk by Dr Jim Cheshire ‘The Man and the Image: Tennyson and Portraiture’Saturday 23rd February 2pm Talk by Nic Lance: ‘Tennyson on the Isle of Wight’Nic will be talking about the artistic and literary circle on the Isle of Wight and some famous Victorian visitors. He will also mention the pioneering photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron, who photographed many of the visitors.Right: Albumen silver print from glass negative Julia Cameron July 1866Wednesday 20th March A Visit to the Spalding Gentleman’s ClubLincolnshire’s remarkable Spalding Gentleman’s Society had many illustrious members and started holding philosophical meetings in 1712. A visit has been arranged for us to examine and admire the “Cabinet of Curiosities” which is the Spalding Gentleman’s Club.Click here for their web site.The AGM at The Collectionon Wednesday 10th April at 1.30 pmfollowed by lantern slides of Hugh Cooke’stime working in Iran in the early 1970s. ‘From Abstract to Landscape’Talk by Sarah Watson at The CollectionSaturday 13th April 2019 at 2 pmSarah Watson is a landscape artist, based in Grantham, who works primarily in oils, oilsticks and charcoal.We are grateful to the New Monday Art Group for introducing us to Sarah Watson. At the meeting in October, Sarah gave an enthusiastic and interesting talk on her selection of media reflecting both the mood of her subject and of herself.In this talk Sarah will be demonstrating in charcoal and will be talking about gesture and tone in capturing mood. She will also be lecturing about her pure abstraction work and will describe how she eventually arrived at the semi-abstract landscapes she does now.Look her up: Sarah Watson Fine Art – come and learn about her work.Return to ButtermereThe cost will be £8 per member and £10 for non-members.Pay at the door.