Cirencester Art Society

 

A society for practicing 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.

 

With over 50 members, who share a wide range of experience and expertise in many different media, ranging from the near-professional to beginners.

 

Meeting include lectures and demonstrations by professional and amateur artists. In addition  the Society operates a studio morning each week on a Tuesday where members can practice their skills in an informal environment.

 

There are opportunities to exhibit in two local venues, one of which is the hospital, throughout the year. Major exhibitions are mounted each year.

 

Monthly meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7.00pm in Baptist Church from September to May.

 

A group of members meet on Tuesday mornings (not 1st in the month) from 10.00am to 12noon in Watermoor Hall, Watermoor Road, Cirencester to paint and draw in a very friendly atmosphere. Attendance fees are collected to cover cost of hiring the Hall.

 

Visitors and guests are always welcome. a donation of £4 is usually requested.

 

Subscription for the year is £20 and attendance fee for each demonstration is £1.50. Refreshments are free.

 

 

Next Meeting
 Due to the Coronavirus situations all future meetings are suspended for the coming months. It is hoped to start them again as soon it is safe to do so.

PROGRAMME 2019/2020


2019
September 24th
Liz Spurway: Stained Glass Jewellery 
October 22nd
Fiona McIntyre: Watercolour Landscape
November 26th
Charmaine Williams: Painting a Horse’s Head

2020
January 28th
Paul Oakley: Oils in Impressionist Style
February 25th
Roger Jones: Seascape in Watercolour

 

See above notice
March 24th
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April 28th
Annual General meeting followed by an illustrated
Talk by Howard Warren ‘An Audience of One’

May 26th
Stuart Geddes: Abstract Painting
June 23rd
End of Term Social and ‘Person Favourite of the
Judge’ painting competition