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Upcoming Events

Fantasy Art: Bringing Mythical Beings to Life Meetup

Fantasy Art: Bringing Mythical Beings to Life Meetup

Saturday 27 April
Beaumont - 12pm - 2 Hours
Elisha Cox
Embark on a creative odyssey to bring mythical beings to life with an engaging art experience. Dive into the depths of your imagination and unleash the power of your inner artist as you craft your own extraordinary creatures from realms untold. Transform inspiration into visual wonder with a variety of mediums at your fingertips. Connect with like-minded individuals, share ideas, and watch your mythical visions emerge. Whether a novice or seasoned creator, this artistic adventure is designed to spark inspiration and cultivate a community of fantasy art enthusiasts. Come and manifest the fantastical - the canvas of legend awaits your touch.
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£24      
Tonal Drawing Meetup

Tonal Drawing Meetup

Saturday 25 May
Beaumont - 12pm - 2 Hours
Elisha Cox
Join the "Tonal Drawing Meetup" focused on creating detailed, realistic drawings of an eye for an enriching artistic experience. This meetup offers a unique opportunity to hone tonal drawing skills, mastering the intricacies of light and shadow to capture the depth and emotion of the human eye. Through this specialized session, participants can refine their techniques, explore new artistic perspectives, and engage with like-minded individuals passionate about the art of drawing. Joining this meetup promises to be both inspiring and educational, providing participants with valuable insights and practical skills to enhance their artistic journey.
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£24      
Urban Sketch Meetup

Urban Sketch Meetup

Saturday 08 June
Plymouth Hoe - 10am - 2 Hours
Elisha Cox
Dive into the world of urban sketching with our guided drawing session, tailor-made for enthusiasts eager to bring cityscapes to life on paper. Embrace the art of pen sketching and master the techniques of perspective drawing, enabling you to depict the dynamic urban environment as you see it. Join us for an immersive experience where your creativity can flourish among the buzz of the city.
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£24      

Tree Drawing Meetup

Tree Drawing Meetup

Saturday 29 June
Alma Road, Plymouth - 10am - 2 Hours
Elisha Cox
We will delve into the fascinating world of drawing trees, exploring not only their basic shapes but also delving into the intricate nuances of shading and detailing that can truly elevate your artistic creations. Our focus will be on understanding the fundamental elements that constitute a tree's form, allowing you to grasp the essence of its structure. As we progress, we will unlock the secrets of shading techniques, enabling you to add depth, dimension, and a touch of realism to your tree illustrations. From the delicate interplay of light and shadow to the fine details that breathe life into your sketches, this class aims to provide you with the skills and insights needed to make your trees come alive on paper. Join us on this artistic journey, where each stroke and shading technique will contribute to making your trees visually captivating and distinctly unique.
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£24      
ABOUT PLYMOUTH
ART
GROUP
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.

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Our meetups and classes are limited to a max of 12 people
REVIEWS
Very enjoyable and educational, thank you.
5/5
Lorna
2024-03-18
I was a little scared of attending this event however I had nothing to worry about, Alisha was lovely,she explained everything in an easy to understand way and the setting was perfect .It was a very enjoyable event to attend X
5/5
Gill
2023-12-11
PHOTOS
Plymouth Art Group
2024-01-02
Plymouth Art Group
2024-03-13
Title or Location: Into The Woods We Go
I've recently found a passion for painting. I've always loved nature and have taken many photographs over the years on my travels. This was a photograph taken on Dartmoor a few years ago. Painted using acrylics on a 24 x 18 canvas.
Credit: Gregg Cashmore
Facebook: Gregg Cashmore
Plymouth Art Group
2024-01-02

Plymouth Art Group
2024-03-11
Title or Location: Leading the Way
Acrylic on canvas. This painting depicts Jesus leading some of his disciples out to sea during a storm.
Credit: Kerrie Clarke
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61551060111397
Plymouth Art Group
2024-01-02
Plymouth Art Group
2024-03-01
Title or Location: Pony with foal, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
I have always loved the wild ponies on the moor and the inspirational landscape.
Credit: Wendy Plunkett is the name I use on my paintings

Plymouth Art Group
2024-01-02
Plymouth Art Group
2024-03-01
Title or Location: "Be strong and Courageous"
Was a commission from my best friend... the meaning of the strength that we must give as parents to our children....... Joshua
Credit: SALAZAR
Plymouth Art Group
2024-01-02

Plymouth Art Group
2024-02-21
Title or Location: Exit from Barranco Ferrer
This acrylic painting is a representation of a scene I recently encountered on a Spanish road trip. The colours from the Mediterranean sunrise against the hillside and ruins inspired me to pull away from my normal muted palette and embrace the warm tones of this beautiful place!
Credit: Kerrie Clarke
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61551060111397
Plymouth Art Group
2023-12-12
Plymouth Art Group
2024-02-21
Title or Location: The Lord of the Skies
The Philippine Eagle is critically endangered. Considered the largest Eagle in the world it has been declared the national bird of the Philippines and was previously known as the Monkey Eating Eagle. Its habit is threatened by deforestation and its numbers are decreasing. I've always loved to see images of this bird since I was a child , in particular its piercing blue-grey eyes. Hopefully it will not dissappear in my children's lifetime.
Credit: Terry Norsworthy
Instagram: terrynorsworthy3880

Atlanta Art Group
2024-04-15
Buffalo Art Group
2024-04-22
Title or Location: Fireball art Buffalo NY
Wooden plaque airbrushe Black, Dioxazine purple, white, Golden acrylics airbrushe paint, Liquitex acrylic basics are tree and remaining art. Liquitex gesso white with sanding between layers. Sealed with Krylon Gallary series Conservation varnish in a matt finish with UV protection.
Credit: Mousepotato716
Richmond Art Group
2024-04-15

Manchester Art Group
2024-04-20
Title or Location: Deansgate Manchester
One of my lines of enquiry is the notion of transcience and regeneration in urban environments and how skylines change and evolve over a period of time, boasting architectural treasures from different periods., creating a great juxtaposition between different building types, such as sthe old chapel with a tower resembling a Venetian campanile and the modern glass skyscrapers. The painting was completed in 2019 in gouache and the sky based on a photograph I took early in the morning.
Credit: Ashley Cundall
Facebook: @artofashley
Instagram: @artofashleycundall
Pasadena Art Group
2024-04-10
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
Sydney Art Group
2024-02-25

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