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
Nelson Morales
In Highschool Nelson Morales would paint houses for the HOA of Newport Beach which lead to participating in several art competitions around Orange County. Then getting a Bachelors of Fine Arts from The University of Utah, Nelson spent his time as muralist for the school doing largescale artwork. After College, Nelson worked as an Art Educator for multiple schools and programs for youth and adults. Currently getting a Masters of Education, Nelson hopes to be an inspiring educator for both students and other teachers.
Nelson's current art practice focuses both on the observation and imaginative side of art making. Creating artwork directly from what's in front of the canvas, and capturing the unique landscape of Southern California; to imagining landscapes of different dimensions where space and color can be played with.

Nelson Morales is available for private bookings

Available most Saturdays and Sundays
Private lessons (1:1 and group), Events, etc.

Melbourne Art Group
Orange County Art Group
Title or Location: Acrylic painting
Here is an acrylic painting of beautiful, strong and fearless Jara. I like to give name to all my animals I paint. Gives them a strong character and makes me more connected .
Credit: Andrea Tanji
Orlando Art Group

Glasgow Art Group
Title or Location: A Day Off in Elie
A Lovely day out in Elie, came across this scene and hoped the captain was having as lovely a day off as we were!
Credit: Collette Kilpatrick
Orlando Art Group
Buffalo Art Group
Title or Location: Panda in a Tree
Pandas are a common subject in Chinese Brush painting and are very entertaining animals. They look like giant stuffed animals and are always hanging from branches in quirky poses. I painted this one using sumi ink and Chinese brushes on shuen paper.
Credit: Andrea Caprio

Dublin Art Group
Baton Rouge Art Group
Title or Location: The Cajun Riviu
?The Cajun Riviera?20? x 20? Mixed Media on Gallery Canvas(Acrylic and Posca Markers)The painting was inspired from a photograph I took on a fly fishing with a buddy of my mine. He knew the owners of the camp. It?s located in Barataria, Louisiana. The camp was sketched proportionally to the one in the photograph. The colors of the camp and landscape creation was mine.After I completed the piece I was puzzled. I called my buddy for a question?Me: Hey! How does the owners get i
Credit: Brent Larry Offner
Dublin Art Group

Greenville Art Group
Title or Location: Bella
Bella belongs to a friend who commissioned me to do this piece. I feel it shows the personality of Golden Retrievers perfectly. Bella's favorite toy is a tennis ball, and her face is pleading with you to throw it one more time!
Credit: Cristy Smart Boothe
Dublin Art Group
Leeds Art Group
Title or Location: Loch Lomond
This golden eagle is called Orla and belongs to my old friend Stewart, who owns the Loch Lomond bird of prey centre.
Credit: Paul Hawkyard

Baltimore Art Group
Title or Location: Reisterstown MD
My new painting In the Midst Of the Golden Sea, oil on panel, 9x12. This is the wheat field I'm driving by to work every day. This year I really wanted to capture it before it's harvested. That tree in the middle is like a guardian watching over the gold It was getting close to sunset time, so the light was especially warm, resting on the yellow-golden fields, reflecting red on the background trees, perfectly contrasting the blue skies. It was such a harmony in colors, that I couldn't resist, an
Credit: Oleg Shvets
Instagram: @olegshvets_art
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