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10.00am - 12:30


Dallas Bray

Enq: 0401 518 876


10.00am - 12:30pm




10.00am -1.00pm


Peter Everingham

Enq: 0408 716 198




Vicki Bullard 

Enq: 0429 506 883


10.00am -1:00pm

Tutor on leave

Students meet to paint


Enq: Jane Puccini,

0409 605 568


1:00pm - 4:00pm


Just show up!

(Fumes free)


1:00pm - 3:30pm




1.00pm - 4.00pm



Ist & 3rd Thurs each month

2.00pm - 4.00pm


with model

No Tutor

  Bookings essential

Enq: 0412 736 797


1.00pm - 4.00pm



2nd & 4th Thurs each month

1.00pm - 4.00pm


Bookings essential

Enq: 0447 018 996

Tutor on leave until 22nd Aug. 2024

Three classes may be attended by non-members before being asked to join the Society.


Acrylics - Dallas

ACRYLICS with Dallas Bray

Dallas Bray has many years of painting and drawing experience having taught in tertiary institutions since 1985.  He has  held numerous solo and group exhibitions and was winner of the Kilgour Prize for Figurative Painting in 2008 and in 2010.

Students will examine the qualities, merits, techniques and procedures for working with acrylic paint and acrylic mediums.

Colour mixing, pictorial composition and the use of mixed media will be explored with still life, landscape and abstract subjects.


Bring your own own acrylic paints and materials. 

10am to 12.30pm

COST - $20 per class

Booking essential

Enq: 0401 518 876


Open Studio is for all artists using any medium provided they do not produce fumes.  It is an opportunity to share ideas, discuss methods, critique their work, exchange experiences and work on their individual projects.


COST -  $5 for members

$10 for non-members

No bookings necessary, just turn up

Open Studio Mondays


Our tutor has been teaching oil painting at Lake Street Gallery for the past four  years and teaches two classes on Tuesdays.  Classes are $10 each and students only pay when they attend.

Our tutor organises, helps and motivates students, creating a relaxed and safe space where students can develop their skills and talents. Both classes are suitable for both beginners and more experienced students as she guides each student step-by-step.

Each three hour class includes around 30 minutes of art related items of interest, students' discoveries and a little art theory. The remaining time is allocated to painting.   

This class has its own Facebook Group where students can add photos of their paintings, reference images, and generally keep in touch. Students are encouraged visit Youtube for oil painting ideas and tutorials.

This class also organises occasional social functions such as regular luncheons and art trips.

Oil painting is such a wonderful tried and tested medium to have fun with. You will love working with the creamy texture of the oil paints and appreciate how slowly the oil paint takes to dry on the palette.


10.00am -12:30pm or 1:00pm - 3:30pm

COST - $10

Bookings essential


Scattered Paintbrushes
Judy's Art Group

ARTCARE  with Peter Everingham

ArtCare Plus is a friendship group of people who have a disability. It is a self guided supportive group. Peter Everingham leads the group and is able to help participants find the support that they need for their art.


10am -1:00pm

Enq: 0408 716 198

Art Care Plus
Vicki Bullard

PASTELS with Vicki Bullard




Cost $15

Enq: 0429 506 883

Pastel is a unique dry medium, very versatile and direct and eliminates the need to mix colours on a palette.  Vicki Bullard is an experienced pastellist and teacher of many years and a multiple award winning artist.  The class is friendly and casual.

New students wanting to investigate the pastel medium, are welcome to try the tutor's materials before going to the expense of purchasing their own.  

Life Drawing


This is an untutored group that meets to draw a live model.

Drawing a living human model is the best way to improve your drawing skills.  There is a variety of abilities within the group with some members having had experience and others none.  Both male and female models are booked.  Beginning with quick warm up poses, the group moves to longer poses as preferred.

1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month

2pm and 4pm.

Bookings are essential as space is limited to 10 people.

Cost - $20

Bookings - Pam Dunne - 0412 736 797 -



Classes suspended until 22nd Aug. 2024

This class is for beginners and more experienced artists alike. You will experience a series of exercises that teach you to look and understand a subject. You will learn to use a variety of materials, how to make exciting and interesting marks, and how to portray a three dimensional object on your paper.  And you will discover how to make your drawing practice comfortable and fun.  Subject matter will be predominantly still life, from botanical forms,  domestic objects and cloth.

Bettina Digby is an artist with many years experience and holds a Diploma in Art and an Advanced Diploma in Colour and Design. 

It is often said that Leonardo drew so well because he knew about things; it is truer to say he knew about things because he drew so well. - Kenneth Clarke
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2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month

1.00pm - 4.00pm

Bookings essential as limited to 10 students

Bettina - 0447 018 996

Learn to Draw

WATERCOLOURS with Wayne Barry


10.00am -1.00pm

COST - $125 for a 5 week term, payment in advance

BOOKINGS -  0401 902 330

Tutor temporarily on leave but students meet to paint untutored.
Contact Jane Puccini
0409 605 568

Wayne began painting thirty five years ago in the western Riverina district of NSW, basically teaching himself and encouraged by the popularity of river and bush scenes. Since moving to the area he has sought guidance from some local artists; June Young, Barbara Farnham, Lyn Butchart, Ronald Revitt, Robert Wade and more recently Herman Pekel, Grace Pelag, John Wilson, Madeleine Szymanski, Chan Dissanayake and Barry & Lucy McCann.

Wayne's lifelong fascination with water is reflected in his preferred medium. If not painting Wayne is surfing, surfboat rowing, scuba diving, kayaking and patrolling the beach.

He admires the watercolours of Hans Heysen, Alvaro Castagnet, Herman Pekel, Joseph Abukvic and Ross Paterson, and was lucky enough to attend the Mitchell School of Creative Arts summer 2004.

Wayne paints predominantly seascapes and landscapes, using high quality paints and prefers 100% rag papers, 300g and 640g papers by Arches and Saunders. His work has been purchased and sent around the globe. Wayne admits he is yet to tackle the subjects of still life and portraiture and the mediums, oils, acrylics and mixed media but he leans towards atmosphere and narratives as he grows as an artist.

This class is delivered over a five week term with full  payment in advance and covers the basics of watercolour techniques, colour theory and composition.  It is suitable for beginners and the more experienced alike.

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