SAN
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Upcoming Events

ABOUT SAN
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Come along to our meetups to improve your art in a relaxed and social atmosphere, and under the guidance of a professional instructor. Complete beginners to experienced artists all welcome.

Our 2 hour meetups are held in a different location each time, usually outdoors.

Bring your own materials which can be anything from pencils or pastels, to watercolour or oils.

If you are a complete beginner all you need to start are a couple of good drawing pencils, a rubber, and a drawing pad.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to experienced artists. The instructor is there to help everyone.

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

Join the Facebook Group here to share your art and enjoy the art of other locals.

You can also subscribe here to receive notifications of upcoming events.

Our meetups and classes are limited to a max of 12 people
PHOTOS
Atlanta Art Group
2024-04-15
San Bernardino Art Group
2024-03-27
Title or Location: The Fighter
It is symbolic that even when we are in the ring it's good to have someone egging us on.
Credit: Virginia Paleno
Richmond Art Group
2024-04-15

San Bernardino Art Group
2024-02-18
Title or Location: Loose cannon
This particular piece I really enjoyed because I have been spending time with an old school pinstriper who is in a nursing home and this painting you can really see his influence on me. I especially love the old vintage form of tattoo art. With the old time pinstripes.
Credit: Underdog
Pasadena Art Group
2024-04-10
San Bernardino Art Group
2024-01-20
Title or Location: Radiolaria Composition One
This compositional study, the second larger piece in the FloraFauna Series, measures 18"x18". Media include pencil, ink, and Prismacolor marker on BFK Rives. This artwork is a continuance of the exploration and discovery of the connection between art and the microscopic...between complex and simple organisms.
Credit: Veronica Fiasco
Facebook: facebook.com/veronicafiasco
Instagram: @medusafiasco

San Bernardino Art Group
2024-01-10
Title or Location: Radiolaria Composition One
A Visualization of Movement as One. Heavily inspired by Ernst Haeckel and from the FloraFlauna Series, this piece is based upon oceanic unicellular organisms called Radiolaria and Diatoms, which can possess characteristics of both Plants and Animals, but are claimed by the Protista Kingdom.This compositional study is a continuance of discovery...between art and the microscopic world...between complex and simple organisms...
Credit: Veronica Fiasco
Facebook: facebook.com/veronicafiasco
Instagram: @medusafiasco
Sydney Art Group
2024-02-25

San Bernardino Art Group
2024-01-10
Title or Location: Remake of comic venom
Well, I have a six-year-old little brother that?s never seen the movie venom and we decided to watch it together, and he became obsessed with the character so I decided to remake a image of a comic venom from Spider-Man. It took me five hours to complete. And I showed it to him when it was finished, and he was amazed, his new favorite Spider-Man villain on a canvas
Credit: Brizel Cruz Ram?rez Walker
Facebook: Crybb_sweet_tiers
Sydney Art Group
2024-02-25
San Bernardino Art Group
2024-01-08
Title or Location: Technological Wilderness 1
Technological Wilderness is the title of my latest painting, inspired by the contrast between nature and technology. I wanted to depict the beauty and tranquility of the desert landscapes, but also to add some playful surreal elements that challenge the viewer's perception of the natural and un-natural. The painting is 3 x 2 feet, and I used acrylics to create a vibrant and realistic effect. Some of the surreal components include a cactus morphing into a butterfly and a giant rabbit listening to
Credit: Julie Scrivner
Instagram: @julie_scrivner_art_sketch

Allentown Art Group
2024-04-17
Title or Location: Tiffany
This photo was taken by niece. It is her horse and her name is Tiffany. The two were out on a trail ride and stopped by the stump for a beautiful photo.
Credit: Carol Olesh
Cincinnati Art Group
2024-04-17
Title or Location: City of Canals
An experiment using soft pastels on stretched canvas. The texture of the canvas lent itself to the pastels quite well. The image is based on a photo taken by a friend visiting Venice, Italy. By using more vibrant colors than the original, I believe it became more magical.
Credit: Sandy Moore
Facebook: Sandy Moore
Instagram: Moore.4.You
Leeds Art Group
2024-04-17
Title or Location: Pudsey, Leeds
After taking up mandala painting in my late 60's during lockdown I decided to experiment using fabric scraps withing the design. This is the result of my first try. I am going to expand on this idea in the near future once I obtain more fabric scraps.
Credit: Susan Anderson
Facebook: Sue Anderson

Belfast Art Group
2024-04-15
Title or Location: New beginnings
I'm new to oils and painting, I would say my style would be fine art and surrealism, no rules and I can escape, experiment and have fun. I painted this scene as I'd came across a beautiful photo of calla Lilly valley in California, I use the idea but made it my ownwith the colours and changed parts of it, I like the perspective and the enchanting mysterious vibe it gave. Returned to art almost a year ago, still finding my way, but determined, excited and fully motivated to reach my potential,
Credit: Emmanuel Cunningham
Instagram: @manoc81
Aberdeen Art Group
2024-04-15
Title or Location: A stag do!
I wanted to paint something that reflected the amazing part of the world that I live in. Scotland has magnificent scenery and wildlife so I was spoilt for choice. These 3 good looking beasts were the result.Acrylics on a 16? x 20? canvas board.
Credit: Keith Price
Facebook: Keith price art
Instagram: Keithprice547
Cleveland Art Group
2024-04-14
Title or Location: The Boats at Sunset in Bradenton
I was at The Starfish Restaurant when I captured this view on a cold day in Bradenton Florida from the dock behind the restaurant. I was fascinated by the light coming from one of the boats and the gas pump. The photograph helped me to produce this oil painting when I got home in Ohio.
Credit: Patrick Funke
Facebook: Patrick Funke
Instagram: patrickfunkemoderndaymonet

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