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palmers green art group logoPalmers Green Art Group started 12 years ago to help a group of amateur artists nurture and develop their artistic skills in an informal and friendly environment. The group has changed over the years as different people have come and gone. Originally focused on watercolour, members now work in a variety of painting and drawing media, reflecting a diversity of individual styles and preferences. We do not offer formal tuition but enjoy an atmosphere of creativity, encouragement and support from each other.

The group meets every Wednesday evening from 7.30 – 9.30pm in the Alexandra Room of the Ruth Winston Centre in Palmers Green. There is a sink for water and washing out brushes etc. for those working in water soluble media and we have a dedicated cupboard where we keep a supply of paper, boards, water pots etc. and reference material for members to use. Artwork can be stored from week to week if required.

There is a termly fee to cover the cost of hiring the room. This will vary from time to time according to the number of members in the group.

If you are interested in joining the group or would like more information please call Graham Bray on 020 8363 9085 or text  Mobile: 07724 672447

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