Annan Art Club are a group of people who paint/sketch as a hobby. We work in all mediums.
Sessions are very light hearted and are greatly enjoyed as a social gathering. We also welcome complete beginners who have an appreciation of art and although no professional tuition is given, we as a group encourage and share knowledge to assist one another.
We normally meet on a Tuesday in Annan Bowling Club, Seaforth Avenue, Annan between the hours of 1.30 – 4.00 p.m. from October through to April. However in the current situation with the Corona Virus, we have had to cease our sessions until further notice. Hopefully we will be able to resume in October, but will keep this website up to to date with developments.
If you are interested in finding out more about our art group in the meantime please contact us using the details below.
r 01461 203905 (Chairman: Jack Newell)
r 01461 205647 (Secretary: Fiona Peel)
Annan Art Club are a group of people who paint/sketch as a hobby.
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