Here are some that need more than one image for explanation. First Elaine, who decided that although the seascape shows movement, the water did not move as much as the cheetah and entelope did.
Sally P. started with the movement of ballet dancers and finished with two images she particularly liked: a pastel dancer and a drawing of ballerinas likened to fuschias.
Lesley started with two pastels of surfers off the north shore of Hawaii, and then went more kinetic with this mobile of textile butterflies.
And this is a small selection of the work that Jo did using Suminagashi, the Japanese paper marbling technique, the water in motion to help create the patterns.
Sally T's abstract copy in gouache, water colour and ink of Sybil Andrew's 'Speedway' linocut from 1934. Sybil came from Bury St Edmunds and worked closely with Cyril Power. Her second (on the right) is inspired by a Kandinsky, which is included.
Freda made a mobile of fish, but was unable to transport it, so she brought a video for us to see how it moves. Click on the image to play it, and it will expand - full screen is at bottom rightof the player, once it plays
Four members are participating in an exhibition at All Saints Church, Stradbroke this weekend, Sally P, Jackie, Ian and Harriet. The exhibition is open from 10 am to 5 pm from today until Monday.
Next week it is the coach trip but work can still be sent in. Noreen will be in charge of the blog, so you can send anything you want to include to her.