Because of the continuing risk and uncertainty posed by Covid-19, our normal programme of evening meetings and classes is suspended until further notice. Nevertheless, our members have continued to create work at home and at socially distanced plein air painting and sketching sessions in our area. Images of some of these pictures on our Gallery pages, where they are labelled (2020). We intend to hold our Annual Exhibition as usual in August 2021 where hopefully visitors can enjoy some of these pictures "live".
Kay Le Poidevin, oil (2020)
Normally, Warsash Art Group's monthly evening meetings are held in St. Mary's Church Hall, Church Road, Warsash SO31 9GF on the first Thursday of each month, except January and August. They include talks and demonstrations by practising artists and professionals in art and related fields. Visitors and guests are welcome at these meetings for a small donation (£3 per person). Our members come from a wide area of south Hampshire - they include some professional artists, but most are enthusiastic amateurs and art lovers. Membership is open to everyone age 18 and over. If you would like to join us or contact us about else relevant to our activities and membership (but no spam, please!) please click the Contact tab. You can also message us at Facebook - Warsash Art Group or try our Hotmail-dot-com address. The prefix before the @symbol is the name of our group, all lower case letters and no spaces.
Warsash Art Group was founded in 1958 with the aim of furthering members' interest in the visual arts. It celebrated its 60th anniversary last year. Our Annual Exhibition is in August, at Warsash Victory Hall, SO31 9HW. The work is always of a high standard, with a varied mix of paintings and 3D exhibits including ceramics, sculpture and jewellery.
Our logo pictured above illustrates the area's association with the lobster trade in years past.
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