Why not visit one of our weekly art classes?
Don't be put off from doing art!
Many people who would like to take up art, put it off, believing they 'aren't good enough'!
That's why you need a structured art course, so that you learn from the very basics, starting with the drawing process before moving on to the painting process and more...
Classes are structured…
Members also enjoy social occasions.
To further your art experience, we enjoy visits to galleries for special lectures.
Being so close to Liverpool, we take advantage of what's on offer, especially at both the Walker art gallery and the Tate, Liverpool. These visits usually sparks new inspiration to members.
We have several exhibitions each year.
As a member, you will have the opportunity to exhibit your work!
When you first join the class, you will not be expecting the public to like your work, but after learning the basics, around 5 months, you will be ready to exhibit either drawings or paintings. Remember, you can never predict what the public like when it comes to art!
Why not come and visit our next exhibition, coming up in May?
at Lydiate parish hall, L31 4EQ, near the Scotts Piper pub
Venues where classes are held.
HIGHTOWN ART CLASS…THIRLMERE RD, L38 3RQ Wednesday mornings & afternoons.
ATKINSON ART CENTRE, SOUTHPORT PR8 1DB, Thursdays, morning & afternoon.
LYDIATE ART CLASS L31 4HL, Thursday evenings. Also one Saturday all day class per month.
LYDIATE PARISH HALL,288 SOUTHPORT ROAD, MERSEYSIDE L31 4EQ, Friday mornings & afternoon.
If you want to find out more about these classes, then visit artclasses-merseyside.co.uk (you will leave this website)
ONLINE ZOOM CLASSES. Fee £10 per session.
Monday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Portraits.
Tuesday mornings, 9.30 to 11.30. Watercolours.
Wednesday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Acrylic & oil painting. Both traditional and creative approaches.
June 19th, all day Saturday introduction to drawing & measuring (a prerequisite if you want to do art well). Fee £40. Then you can enrol for further Saturdays to keep learning.