For the health and well-being of all, regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, the Committee have decided to cancel all meetings until next year. 


All meetings are on the first Wednesday of the month at the Roman Catholic Church Hall, Norwich Road,

Wymondham and start at 7.15 pm.  Visitors are welcome.  Entry is free for members or £5 for visitors.

Note: The descriptions below are intended to give a flavour of what each artist might bring to a demonstration. They are not necessarily an indication of the medium or subject matter of the demo. For further information about the artist and his/her work follow the underlined link.

Note: Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to this programme the committee reserves the right to amend or cancel any of the events due to unforeseen circumstances.

Demonstrators  and Annual Exhibition 2020 - CANCELLED

September 8th - 13th 2020: Annual Exhibition at Wymondham Arts Centre, Becketts Chapel


March 4         John Shave

                     Local artist, John, uses oils to paint in a modern, impressionist style, capturing atmosphere                           and mood.

April 1st         Christine Lester

                     Christine enjoys painting in all mediums, putting people and animals in her colourful                                     landscapes. She will paint in acrylic for our demo.

AGM May 6    Ailsa Lynn

                    Suffolk based artist. Ailsa prefers  watercolour for its immediacy and handling of light.

                    Her recent experiments with collage have allowed her to develop texture and pattern.  

                    in her paintings.

June 3           Stuart Caress

                    Stuart mostly uses a palette knife to create highly worked layered surfaces of colours

                    and forms in oils, working with atmosphere to form impressions of land, sea and air.

July 1.           Brin Edwards. 

                    Brin specialises painting the natural world, particularly birds and marine life. His 

                    distinctive illustrations are inspired by the Suffolk countryside where he lives.