A society for practising artists in all media

and all levels


Coxwell Room,Baptist Church, Chesterton Lane



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 professional to beginners.


Meetings include lectures and demonstrations by professional and amateur artists. In addition,  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 the cost of hiring the Hall.


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 1st Tuesday of the month at 7.00pm in Baptist Church from September to May.


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


Subscription for the year is currently £23 and attendance fee for each demonstration is £1.50. Refreshments are free.


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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)





















 November  2nd  2021 at 7.00pm


Richard Callingham 

'The Joy of Watercolour'  


Richard has been painting for over 40 years. In the late 60's he was inspired by Norman Wilkinson, the great 20th century marine artist. He also currently runs painting classes at Pegasus Art shop and Studio.

The main priority for Richard is to keep painting fun!


Preceded by the Annual General Meeting at 6.30pm


Visitors are very welcome at 7.00pm





Future meetings
December 7th  Adele Dark- Calligraphy.   

Feb 1st.  Benoir Philippe Oils
 April 5th      Catherine Beales” Atmospheric watercolour landscapes”
June 7th.    Hashim Akib “Vibrant Acrylics”