Theme is : Royal
'Queen Bee' by Carole Mindham, Hale & District u3a
'Her Majesty' by Julie Gilson, Long Eaton & District u3a
Watercolour abstract painting using a silhouette of Her Majesty and filling with colourful flowers for the Jubilee celebrations , enjoy.
'Palace Theatre' by Annie Fisher, Pontclun u3a
The Palace Theatre opened in London in 1891 as the Royal English Opera House and was later converted into a very successful theatre. it has an interesting history with a huge variety of productions.
'Royal Corgi' by Susan Shaw, Hawkwell Village u3a
'The Kings of Jazz - Red Hot Music' by Dennis Parkinson, Northallerton u3a
Red marker pen on sketching paper
'The last Nizam of Hyderabad surrounded by his courtiers' by Laurie Hussain, Banbury u3a
This would have been about 1930, I think. A drypoint etching with coloured pencil.
'God Bless the Queen' by Anona Hermes, Doncaster u3a
The inspiration of this watercolour painting of the Queen, albeit not a great likeness, was to celebrate her extraordinary reign and her Platinum Jubilee year. She has travelled more widely than any other monarch. I admire her sense of duty and her devotion to a life of service over many years of social change. Her patronage to several hundred charities is astonishing. She reminds me of what is important in life and I am proud of all she has achieved over her long reign.
'Strata Florida or Ystrad Fflur' by Jacky Fantom, Marble u3a
I painted this after a visit to this magical place. The ruins of a Cistercian Abbey second only in importance to St Davids in the middle ages . All the last Welsh Princes of Wales are buried here. The Buddleia, bottom left is called - buddleia Davidii "Royal red" Painted in oils.
'Red, white and blue' by Marian Lewis, West Herts u3a
My red white and blue done in acrylics with a piece of kitchen roll swipe.
'The Queen' by Elaine Adams, Northallerton u3a
I thought that this was a very happy pose of the Queen and wanted to use watercolours to bring out her best features and give her a softer look.
'Windsor Castle' by Robert Cato, Luton u3a
This is my painting of Windsor Castle from a different angle.
'Royal...Mail' by Brigitte Holland, Sandbach u3a
Everyone can recognize the red vans and letter boxes. I used watercolours for this early evening view.
'Crowns' by Liisa Brown, Stroud u3a
I used my previous flowery painting as a background, and by using a digital drawing tool changed it to black and white, and then added the Platinum Jubilee colours and texts over it. I thought that the shapes of the flowers look a bit like crowns!
Anne Pearson, Hale & District u3a
Inspired by Knutsford Royal May Day celebrations.
'The King' by Salim Quraishy, Harrow u3a
Nobody more Royal than the KING of Rock n Roll. In charcoal and pencil. Will always be the KING.