Stafford Art Group

Artists  meet every Tuesday afternoon and Friday evening at Littleworth Community Centre

Programme Highlights

Tuesday 26th October 

 paint or sketch a live model

 One Day Workshop  Saturday 30thOctober

Public Exhibition Stafford 6th to 11th December

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Members display works in their personal galleries - view the member's galleries
Members display works in their personal galleries - view the member's galleries

Original works for sale at The Artists Market. 

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£782 and counting


Raised by members ... and New Donation this week received to support Katherine House

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Recent News Posts - Click on an item to see the details

The September monthly challenge of "Rooftops" concluded on Monday 11th October. Many thanks to everyone who shared all their wonderful images.

Musicians.

01/09/2021

We concluded our regular weekly Zoom meetings this week with a colourful set of pictures of musicians, showing great movement and energy!

Insects.

24/08/2021

As always, the brilliant array of art work for this weeks challenge was accompanied by plenty of information about the subject. Lovely to hear how certain insects have been visiting our gardens....and the beauty of some that we have not yet been able to see in person.

Summer 21.

17/08/2021

A welcome return to Zoom today following the summer break. Although there were only a couple of submissions for the challenge titled 'Bad Hair Day' , the images we shared also included an assortment of holiday art, photographs of amazing gardens, young artist's artwork and portraits of Kings and Queens! As always, the discussion alongside these...


Week ending 15th May 2021 was Mental Health Awareness week. Many people find that being creative, in whatever way, helps improve their mental health. Below are some articles that reinforce this finding.

The impact of Lockdown on members of SAG has been varied: for some, there has been little change to their daily lives, for others it has had a significant effect, being apart from friends and family, even confined to the house, they have felt isolated and lonely. However, all have found different ways of coping with the situation and...

Drawing Attention.

The June edition of the Urban Sketchers magazine is now available..

https://issuu.com/drawingattention/docs/da_june_2021_?fbclid=IwAR0HE6cWzkYruShxSETOWWm7unjZbmYm9OW6ds0hn11WWKLJuoSg4qqYGkA

There are articles from Brazil. India and America... always good to see how urban sketching is developing in other countries too. 


Todays Young Artist's Blogs - Just click on an image to read the Blog

Materials Blogs

Skulduggery Pleasant book covers: The colours in the background contrast with the theme colour splash which changes with every book and the characters are created to fit around the theme of that single book, which can give an insight on what happens in that book by characters and their facial expressions and positioning on the cover. ..... Jack

This is Williams (age 10) ... amazing for his very first pyrography work. Thank you Sheila A for forwarding.


This weeks donations = £30

Current donations = £782    

The target is £1000 we are 78% there

BRILLIANT .....

 A big thank you from SAG

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