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Our 2016 Autumn Programme starts in OCTOBER

 

Autumn Ptogramme promo

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WHAT'S ON

For more details click here

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Coming in the autumn

 

LECTURES

Wednesday 5th October

Local Artist Lucy Kemp Welch. By Pat Woollards, curator of Bushey Museum

 

Wednesday 2nd November
Modern Masters of Realism
By Dr Chris Christoforou


Wednesday 7th December

Women Artists through the Centuries. By Sonia Bacchus

 

WORKSHOP

Saturday 19th November

‘Composition’, forming an image from writing
Pencil and watercolour.
Tutor Ronnie Ireland

 

LIFE DRAWING SESSIONS

Start Wednesday

12th October

 

NEW THIS AUTUMN

2 LIFE STUDIO SESSIONS WITH TUTOR

BRIDGET TOMPKINS

19th October

16th November

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Welcome title photo

St Albans Art Society, with a history dating back more than a hundred years, is recognised as one of the leading groups in the south east of England. It has a strong membership representing every aspect of painting and we welcome artists of all levels – from absolute beginners to the more experienced. The Society organises various activities throughout the year

to suit a cross-section of artists including...

 

                         • Annual Summer Exhibition open to the public
                         • Demonstrations and lectures by experts
                         • Winter studio sessions
                         • Regular practical workshops in various media
                         • Quarterly illustrated magazine for members

 

Workshop pictures
 

 

 

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St Albans Art Society Summer Exhibition 2016

Well done to this year's winners, click here to see the winning artwork

 

Michele Head St Albans Trophy winner 2016 Jan Munro overall winner 2016 Inga Armstrong winner of the Challenge Trophy 2016

Michele Head

Winner of the

St Albans Trophy 2016

Jan Munro accepts the Terry Biggs Cup from Chairman Edward Bevin,

for overall winner of the 2016 Exhibition

Inga Armstrong

2016 winner of the Challenge Trophy for most originality

     

 

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