A society for practising artists in all media

and all levels

 

Coxwell Room,Baptist Church, Chesterton Lane

Cirencester

 

Our Society is open to all artists whatever standard and including beginners.

 

 The Society aims to provide a relaxed and informal forum to foster and share a common interest in the history, theory and practical aspects of art.

CAS hosts evening meetings on the first Tuesday evening each month, with the exception of August and September. These meetings include lectures and demonstration evenings by established professional artists.

Additionally society members have the opportunity to meet one morning a week to enjoy creating their artwork in a friendly, supportive and sociable atmosphere.    Further details can be found online.

 

 

Visitors and guests are always welcome. A donation of £5 is usually requested.

 

Subscription for the year is currently £25 and attendance fee for each demonstration is £2. Refreshments are free.

 

If you wish to contact us and can't see the menu on your device please click  the  three bars in top corner
or you can contact our Facebook page
 

 

 

Please look at our  Gallery of Pictures which shows just a sample of the art of our members (also accessed by clicking the 3 bars)

 

Our next meeting will be  on Tuesday October 4th  at 7.00pm

 

Christopher Ronus

Painting Illustrations with Watercolour

 

 

 

“We’ll be looking at putting colour to an illustration using watercolours to describe light and atmosphere to help tell a story. I’ll demonstrate how I build up layers of paint to create deeper colours and stronger contrasts, all the while retaining the transparent qualities of watercolour. I’ll also run through my tools, how I prepare my surfaces and how you don’t need that many colours  to create an effective finished image.”

 

Visitors most welcome to join us

 

 

 

    NEW ART!
  Annual Exhibition 
   by
  Cirencester Art Society 

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               20th August to 4th September 

               Parish Church 

                 Cirencester 

                New work by local artists 

                 Fee entry