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
Voa Giuong
Voa is Philadelphia based artist. Voa has a true passion for painting and image making through his studies of impressionism and Chinese art history. His work ethic is extremely studious, demonstrating a commitment to growth and experimentation.
He favors watercolor. He describes it as a miracle and a medicine for healing.
Philly Art Group
Philly Art Group
Title or Location: Signs of Spring
Each year as spring approaches, the one sign of spring that always comes to mind are Cherry Blossoms. I think the colors of cherry blossoms bring hope and joy for warmer weather ahead. The inspiration of this painting is the anticipation of sunnier, more colorful season is fast approaching.
Credit: Dean Rompella
Instagram: dean_rompella_art
Philly Art Group

Philly Art Group
Title or Location: Another fall in Philadelphia
This was inspired by some of the Manayunk steps. There are so many and as a kid I had to use them occasionally to go to school. It was a work out even then!
Credit: Joanne Cannon
Philly Art Group
Philly Art Group
Title or Location: Portrait Tangle
These faces are the ones I studied in my return to art after a 25 year gap, drawn into this tangle of portraits.
Credit: John Estock

Philly Art Group
Philly Art Group
Title or Location: July Garden
These flowers grow in my garden and bloom every July. They have become my favorites. When i moved in there was one hidden under a bush. i trimmed back the bush and it multiplied. Since then i have divided and moved them all over my garden. Flowers are a frequent subject matter of mine to paint. This daylily was painted with oils on canvas.
Credit: Marita McVeigh
Facebook: artworkbymarita
Philly Art Group

Philly Art Group
Title or Location: Homage to George Inness, an American painter
Inness was part of the Hudson River style of art, which is considered America's first truly American style. Here I recreated one of his works using my own color palette, which tends to be more colorful. It's done using acrylic paints on a 16 x 20 canvas panel.
Credit: David Bankes
Facebook: D Bankes Art
Instagram: D Bankes Art
Philly Art Group
Philly Art Group
Title or Location: Untitled
Describing the euphoria I encounter while immersing myself in my art transcends mere words. It's a realm where everything dissolves into nothingness and, simultaneously, coalesces into a singular, extraordinary moment devoid of boundaries. In this space, conventional norms fade away there's no right or wrong, no predefined paths?only the raw, unfiltered essence of creation. This is my sanctuary of joy and liberation.My art emerges from a deep well of newfound bravery and introspection. It m
Credit: Lazar Vuckovic
Instagram: Personal - @lazarvuckovic New art page @369artcompany

Atlanta Art Group
Allentown Art Group
Title or Location: Tiffany
This photo was taken by niece. It is her horse and her name is Tiffany. The two were out on a trail ride and stopped by the stump for a beautiful photo.
Credit: Carol Olesh
Richmond Art Group

Cincinnati Art Group
Title or Location: City of Canals
An experiment using soft pastels on stretched canvas. The texture of the canvas lent itself to the pastels quite well. The image is based on a photo taken by a friend visiting Venice, Italy. By using more vibrant colors than the original, I believe it became more magical.
Credit: Sandy Moore
Facebook: Sandy Moore
Instagram: Moore.4.You
Pasadena Art Group
Leeds Art Group
Title or Location: Pudsey, Leeds
After taking up mandala painting in my late 60's during lockdown I decided to experiment using fabric scraps withing the design. This is the result of my first try. I am going to expand on this idea in the near future once I obtain more fabric scraps.
Credit: Susan Anderson
Facebook: Sue Anderson

Belfast Art Group
Title or Location: New beginnings
I'm new to oils and painting, I would say my style would be fine art and surrealism, no rules and I can escape, experiment and have fun. I painted this scene as I'd came across a beautiful photo of calla Lilly valley in California, I use the idea but made it my ownwith the colours and changed parts of it, I like the perspective and the enchanting mysterious vibe it gave. Returned to art almost a year ago, still finding my way, but determined, excited and fully motivated to reach my potential,
Credit: Emmanuel Cunningham
Instagram: @manoc81
Sydney Art Group

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