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16 February 2017 – AGM

Kidderminster Art Society AGM was held on 16 February 2017.

Thank you to everyone who attended. Most committee posts were filled but there are still a couple of positiions available so if you are interested in joining the committee please get in touch.

A full report of the meeting and minutes will be available soon.

2 Feb 2017 – Demo by Tim Nash

What a great night with Tim Nash at Kidderminster Art Society demonstration. He took us through numerous ways of working with mixed media, using ink, acrylic, tissue, collage, even egg shells . So very interesting. Shelly


Thursday, 2nd February 2017, Kidderminster Art Society is delighted to host a demonstration by the well-known artist Tim Nash. Tim is from Stourbridge and has spent many years teaching art in the Midlands and demonstrates around the UK.

Nash is particularly known for his mixed media works including collage, using all kinds of materials including old pictures, wallpaper, foil, tissue, magazines and newspaper. He pastes newsprint onto his work upside down because if the text the right way up, it tends to grab the attention and viewers read the text rather than look at the painting as a whole. He uses a palette knife to apply paint and acrylic inks to create an interesting and varied texture to his work.

The demonstration commences at 7.15pm and will be held at Trimpley Village Hall, near Bewdley, DY12 1NZ. Non-members are welcome. Pay £5 on the door. Refreshments will be available 50p.


October Annual Exhibition and celebrity Demo 2106

Kidderminster Art Society held its annual art exhibition at Kidderminster Library throughout October. A number of paintings were sold during the month, with a last minute sale to a staff member who said, I’ve been looking at that painting all month and the minute it came down I knew I had to have it!”.


During the month we also welcomed Angela Gaughan who delivered a celebrity demonstation at the library featuring her fantastic wildlife paintings.  Well done to everyone involved in setting up the exhibition and to all those who exhibited their fantastic paintings and models!


Angela Gaughan at work


Annual Art Exhibition

Kidderminster Art Society’s application form for the exhibition to be held at Kidderminster Library throughout the month of October is now available. Only fully paid up members are eligible to submit artwork for this event. All details regarding framing, set-up and take-down times and dates can be found in the document here.

7 July BBQ update

Well that was a very enjoyable evening! The food was great, the company lively and a good time was had. The raffle which was donated by our recent guest artist John Hopkins, was won by Colin and Jennie. Big thanks go to all those who organised the event, to the chefs and the washer-uppers, not forgetting the rubbish collectors!

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7 JULY 2016 BBQ

This Thursday 7th July Kidderminster Art Society will be holding it’s annual BBQ for members and their guests.  It promises to be a great evening and hopefully the weather will be kind.BBQ3

There will also be a watercolour painting, recently donated by our guest artist John Hopkins up for raffle. Last chance to get your tickets on the night!

BBQ tickets £5 each. Bring your own drinks and glasses. Contact Jennie if you want to purchase a ticket.

2 June 2016, guest artist John Hopkins

Kidderminster Art Society welcomes guest Artist John Hopkins at Trimpley Village Hall at 7.15pm.

John studied illustration at Birmingham College of Art. He prefers to work in a fast, loose, impressionistic style but always with the emphasis on good drawing skills.
John is an associate member of the RBSA and a member of the Birmingham Watercolour Society.
Why not come along and enjoy an informative evening in good company? All welcome, non-members £5 on the door.

3 MARCH – An evening with artist Rob Leckey

KAS enjoyed a wonderful evening with guest artist Rob Leckey. He Rob Leckey, Artistshowed us how he created his paintings, the techniques he employs and the various mediums he uses, and not a brush in sight!  Rob uses a variety of tools to apply paint, ink and oil pastels to his paintings using pieces of stick, credit cards, cardboard and anything else he can make a mark with. The painting literally evolved before our eyes.

Thanks Rob for coming to Kidderminster Art Society and entertaining and educating us!