Plymouth Arts Club currently meets on Tuesday evenings during term time at the Swarthmore Centre (see programme).
The club holds two exhibitions a year and welcomes new members who have acquired the basic skills and wish to develop them further. If you would like to join us please email your details to the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you.
Painting in any media is encouraged as well as other media including photography. To find out more about the club, please see the club information.
The Plymouth Arts Club is the oldest arts club in Plymouth. The club had its first meeting in 1865. Read more about the history of the club.
Autumn Club Programme 2015
Just a reminder about Tuesday 24th November at the Swarthmore, when we have Louise Courtnell providing a demo/workshop 'Understanding Tone & Colour'. Louise was taught by the late Robert Lenkievicz and is a very proficient artist and teacher so we have an opportunity to learn a great deal. Please aim to get to the Swarthmore by 18:45 so that Louise is not delayed in starting, and bring acrylic paints and a board that has been prepared with black paint as a ground.
Next week is the ‘Greek Odyssey’ evening when our focus will be on painting Greece. I shall be providing some images but feel free to bring your own favourite photos if you prefer. If you would would like to try a collage Mike will be on hand to provide guidance and there will be a supply of Greek newsprint, glue and other textured materials available.
Just a reminder that on 19th October we have Ian Barlow to tutor our life drawing group. Ian will pose the model for 4 different poses of 5/10 minutes each and then one long pose after the break when he will be on hand to provide assistance and advice as required.
The ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’ is upon us again. The trees are starting to turn, and we shall be painting Autumn scenes today. An image will be projected to work from, photographs will be available, or of course, you can bring your own source material.
Autumn also means that subscriptions are now due. It’s still only £15 which can be paid to Phil when you sign in, or sent to John Washbrook by cheque made out to ‘Plymouth Arts Club’. Many thanks to the members who have already paid.