Upcoming Events

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.

You can also subscribe here to receive notifications of upcoming events.

Our meetups and classes are limited to a max of 12 people
This event was amazing. Though it was very cold outside me and the instructor. Nyann😍 had a lot of fun. We had a lot of good conversation and after we were done drawing and everything we even got a bite to eat as a nice way to wrap it up. I will definitely be going again.
Plymouth Art Group
Detroit Art Group
Title or Location:
My wife and I had seen the Bob Marley movie preview a d tbe song "One Love" got stuck in my head. I thought "I need to draw Bob Marley!"
Credit: John Farnum
Plymouth Art Group

Detroit Art Group
Title or Location: Mackinac Island, Michigan
This painting, ?The Island House graced by Lilacs?, features the Island House Hotel on historic Mackinac Island during lilac season. The Island House Hotel is one of the oldest hotels on the island dating back to 1852.
Credit: J.C. Demers
Facebook: EquinoxStudiosSCS
Plymouth Art Group
Detroit Art Group
Title or Location: Cougar Hunting in Winter
This was created for my Composition for Illustration class, featuring a oversized puma sauntering after a dark elf, who is dressed in personally developed cultural winter clothing. Just to keep distance, the dark elf woman has to at least maintain a jogging pace, but being of this size, they are more beneficially to be persistence predators over pursuit, which will mean ending in death if she doesn't make it to shelter or safety before her energy runs out. This was an exploratory piece that focu
Credit: Racheal Roettger
Facebook: Racheal Roettger
Instagram: the.happy.little.artist

Plymouth Art Group
Detroit Art Group
Title or Location: Rochester Michigan
I?ve always done art of some form, mostly watercolor or pencil drawing. In 2021, I decided to seriously try acrylics. I did a number of realistic paintings and liked it. Once my gardening season came around I didn?t have the time, I garden for about 15 customers. I found acrylic pouring on YouTube and taught myself a variation. It?s evolved since then!
Credit: Julie Czerwinski
Plymouth Art Group

Detroit Art Group
Title or Location: Rest
This painting is the result of working on, expressing the feeling of being out on the water in the morning before the action of the day sets in. The water is always calm before the sun hits, and the boats are at rest. This is an expression of the calmness at that time of day, there is also a certain moodiness in the pre-Dawn colors, and the mist filtering the light.
Credit: Sandra Campeau
Edinburgh Art Group
Detroit Art Group
Title or Location: The Captain
This is a watercolor painting I did of the Detroit Red Wings Captain, Steve Yzerman. During his playing days in Detroit, Steve set the example for success to all the players with his quiet grit, determination and dedication. Steve was also a very caring athlete, spending his free time visiting sick children at Children?s Hospital of Detroit. I donated the original painting to the ?Make A Wish Foundation? in Steve?s honor for all he has done for the children of Detroit.
Credit: John Demers

Belfast Art Group
Title or Location: Just a van
Karina Petrova (b. 1983, Ukraine) lives and works in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.She lives surrounded by nature, and in nature she finds the greatest source of inspiration to create art that "evokes positive emotions in people".Her characters are various and unique, embedded into the landscape that flows through and around them.They are the inventions of her imagination, but they are also visions of a world in harmony.For Karina, the act of creation is a healing process which unl
Credit: Karyna Petrova
Albuquerque Art Group
Title or Location: Pine River, Vallecito, Colorado
I painted this recently from a photo I took during a Friends Weekend several years ago. We stopped our bicycles on the bridge and snapped a few photos. The icy cold water was a brilliant blue from the mineral content. The Pine River flows into Vallecito Lake near Bayfield and Durango.
Credit: Kristi Chapman
Facebook: Kristi Churchwell Chapman
Instagram: Kristilm50_
Albuquerque Art Group
Title or Location: Starshine
Starshine is sculpted and painted on glass and decorated with glass beads .The background is painted on acid free matte board and spaced away from the glass to give the work depth. I love combining my sculpting and painting skills in artwork like this!
Credit: Cindy Strosser

Sarasota Art Group
Title or Location: Bluish Fish
This is my definition of an abstract work of a fish. Everyone seems to like this painting so that's why I chose it. You could see more of my artwork on Thank you for the invitation. You made my day!
Credit: Kim Pestana
Bath Art Group
Title or Location: Woodland wildlife.
A3 watercolour painted recently with Windsor and Newton cotman paints. Took me months to finish as my head is in a muggle most of the time due to medication and poor health. I will hopefully redo the painting in a similar format one day to improve it.
Credit: Suzanne wilde
Colorado Springs Art Group
Title or Location: Colorado Springs
I love all things creative but have a special passion for Dot Mandala art. It constantly stretches my skills and creativity. Functional art is wonderful because it adds beauty with a purpose. I love dotting plates because the possibilities are endless and extra fun for seasonal colors and patterns.Blue has always been my favorite color and there are endless shades and hues that are so beautiful. The possibilities are really endless!
Credit: Amy Haarbrink
Instagram: @creativeimaginingsart

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