Upcoming Events

Come along to our meetups to improve your art in a relaxed and social atmosphere, and under the guidance of a professional instructor. Complete beginners to experienced artists all welcome.

Our 2 hour meetups are held in a different location each time, usually outdoors.

Bring your own materials which can be anything from pencils or pastels, to watercolour or oils.

If you are a complete beginner all you need to start are a couple of good drawing pencils, a rubber, and a drawing pad.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to experienced artists. The instructor is there to help everyone.

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

Join the Facebook Group here to share your art and enjoy the art of other locals.

You can also subscribe here to receive notifications of upcoming events.

Our meetups and classes are limited to a max of 12 people
I had a good time and learned a couple of important ideas about watercolor. The instructor was very talented.
Bell County Art Group
Title or Location: Sunflower
I have been drawn to sunflowers after driving through the backroads of east Texas and seeing the fields of yellow. The memories of seeing those vibrant colors blooming took my breath away. I tried to capture that awe I felt on the canvas.
Credit: Christine Chandler

Bell County Art Group
Title or Location: The Night before Christmas
Inspired by long cold snowy winters, Fairytales and my love of Illustrative Art. Watercolor and Guache
Credit: Donna McCormick
Knoxville Art Group
Bell County Art Group
Title or Location: Yucca Sentinel
This watercolor painting is part of a series of Southwest US landscapes I completed following a road trip from Texas to California. This area of the country is so varied and beautiful and I consider it part of myself as I was raised in California, Arizona and New Mexico and currently live in Texas. I?m inspired by the unique colors and the flora as I travel from the hills, deserts, prairies, mountains and eventually reach the ocean.
Credit: Dawn Pechal
Facebook: Dawn Pechal, Watercolor Artist

Bell County Art Group
Title or Location: Simply Ocean
Creating "Simply Ocean" became my signature artwork as I soaked in the sun on a beach, moved by the emotional impact of the ocean's blue hues. The simplicity of those mesmerizing colors ignited my creative flame, inspiring me to capture that beauty in my art.
Credit: Verleshia Hughes
Instagram: verleshiahughesart

Baton Rouge Art Group
Title or Location:
This piece was hand carved by me using knives and gouges in my shop in Zachary LaThis piece is done in Alaskan Cottonwood Bark. The bark is only harvest from dead trees. The best bark comes from a cold weather climate where it grows thick to help protect the tree. This is what?s known as a wood spirit carving loosely based off the medieval myth that sprits were in the woods to protect the forest. Travelers would carve faces in their walking sticks to please the spirits for safe passage th
Credit: Doug Horn
Facebook: Doug Horn
Fresno Art Group
Portsmouth Art Group
Title or Location: Blooming iris
This painting was created under the impression of a sunset and a blooming garden of irises. The golden background represents the sunset.
Credit: Yulia
Instagram: yl_art_co

Glasgow Art Group
Title or Location: Portrait of Monty
This is a portrait of Monty, one of our family of cats. Unfortunately, Monty passed away late last year, succumbing to an agressive cancer. Monty was an extremely loving, though demanding, cat and will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
Credit: Jim Ross
Instagram: @jimrossart
Oklahoma City Art Group
Title or Location: In Okla.City.
From my photo. Pastel painting called " In The Night ". Pastel sticks and pencils on 12x12 black paper. This is a gift for a friend and former coworker. She loves dragonflies.
Credit: Marvin Burks
Belfast Art Group
Title or Location:
This is my nephew with his two sons . Strolling along the beach
Credit: Mark andrew

Pasadena Art Group
Title or Location: Magnolia Forever
After several attempts at deconstructing the real flower, they die overnight, I was able to recreate her beauty out of several different grams of crepe paper. By painting and adding the details. Success. Natures beauty is such an inspiration.
Credit: Ingrid Dakoske
Facebook: Petals to Stems
Instagram: @petalstostems
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