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.

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Our meetups and classes are limited to a max of 12 people
Meg Kettelkamp
Meg Kettelkamp (b. 1998, United States) received an M.F.A. in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA in 2023, and a B.F.A. in Studio Art from Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, IL in 2020. The rumination on philosophies and theories relating to the self, the collective, and nature evoke a meditative and playful response from Kettelkamp through paintings and installations where she seeks a space beyond ideas.

The artist's work has been exhibited in Art Prize in Grand Rapids, MI, a solo exhibition at 910 Arts in Denver, CO, The Nest Gallery in Savannah, a group exhibition at Art Gym Denver, a group and solo exhibition at Olivet Nazarene University, in Bourbonnais, IL and a group exhibition at Sulfur Studios in Savannah. The artist is currently living and working in Denver.

Meg Kettelkamp is available for private bookings

Available upon request.
Private tutoring for painting, abstract art, conceptual art, and new media and performance art. If you have any other ideas or requests, don't hesitate to reach out.

Sydney Art Group
Denver Art Group
Title or Location: Fantasy get Away Located in Orange Virginia
The owner told me that she wanted something fun, relaxing, and beautiful to adorn her shed. She pointed out the she especially hated the electric meter. About 1/2 way across painting on the shed, she came out with ice tea and asked if I could also include the Blue Ridge Mountains. So, I made the building end (made a corner) and then added some blue ridge mountains off in the background. Finished product has feelings of Greece with Blue Ridge mountains, making it a true fantasy piece!
Credit: Nicoletta Viscardi
Facebook: Nicoletta Viscardi
Sydney Art Group

Denver Art Group
Title or Location: Geo Metric Women
Geo Metric Women Is An Ongoing Series Of Colorful Paintings Acrylic On Canvas 20by 16 A Tribute To Women Here On Earth ln Other Dimensions And Out Of This World&128125&129392
Credit: Chris Cordova
Sydney Art Group
Denver Art Group
Title or Location: Yellow Brick Road
Painted during various live music events, in an attempt to take my viewers places thru the portal, when a viewer passed by saying how he loved the yellow brick road, which inadvertently named the piece! And therefore i had to add Emerald City from the Wizard of Oz as one of 3 destinations among a futuristic Neon City and the Pyramids of Giza! Hope you enjoy!
Credit: Art of Abdou Mo
Facebook: Abdou Mo
Instagram: @artofabdoumo

Sydney Art Group
Denver Art Group
Title or Location: Family Still Life
This piece was created for one of my art school classes. We were asked to pick 5 objects that represent symbolism in our lives. The objects I chose are a representation of members of my family.
Credit: Scottyjay Art
Facebook: Scottyjay Art
Instagram: @Scottyjayart
Plymouth Art Group

Denver Art Group
Title or Location: Winter Evening
Winter Evening is a 16x20" Acrylic on Canvas that is part of my Umbrella Series. After working with people who struggled with mental health, I was able to better understand my own. The Umbrella Series often depicts a woman walking into an unknown but hopeful place. The umbrella represents feelings that come with severe depression the want to isolate and hide but by doing so the umbrella pushes away others who can be supportive. The darkness represents the feeling of hopelessness contrasting w
Credit: Kristi Darner-Grotewohl
Facebook: @darnerart
Instagram: @darnerart
Plymouth Art Group
Denver Art Group
Title or Location: Lion
It had been about seven years since I had drawn much of anything since I graduated high school. I did draw a lot when I was in school. Fast forward to "91". I did security guard work, part time at night and it was very boring and hard to stay awake. So, I figured doing some drawings, again, would reignite my passion for drawing and keep me awake at work at the same time. I brought a big poster to work to copy. I never really drew animals much at all and thought it would be a nice challe
Credit: Roger Boyce

Brisbane Art Group
Title or Location: Memories of Bassano Del Grappa
A beautiful town in northern Italy - a town who protected partisans during WW2 and suffered the loss of all men and boys as retribution. Today it still bears the marks of war on the walls of the town, with the wooden bridge having been rebuilt a number of times due to war. This mosaic commission was created for a much happier reason, to commemorate a long held friendship between two families, here in Australia and there in Italy. Entirely created with hand cut pieces of glass.
Credit: Clare Green
Facebook: claregreenart.mosaics
Dallas Art Circle
Title or Location: Crystal Tray
Epoxy Tray with handmade crystals and glass
Credit: Christina Biggert
Colorado Springs Art Group
Title or Location:
I did this painting for a dear friend. All the pups and the cat represent her pets through the years. The pets that have passed away have gold halos around them. Her last remaining dog in on the far right.Acrylic on Canvas
Credit: Vickie Byrne

Austin Art Group
Title or Location: "Orchestral Dance"
The combination of birds and flowers are dedicated to the two women who were and always will be my heroes. My artist mother who left this earth when I was seven months old and the grandmother who sacrificed her time and energy to raise a very precocious little girl after having raised nine children of her own. For me birds symbolize heavens messengers and flowers symbolize heavens artwork. My grandmother loved birds and raised them with as much care as she raised and loved me. This 9X12
Credit: Ellen Belshin
Facebook: Ellen Belshin Fine Art
Instagram: Puttinondaglitz
Chicago Art Group
Title or Location: Fall Trail
Oil on 3 ft. X 4 ft. Canvas.
Credit: Edelweiss Cobblestone
Facebook: Edelweiss Cobblestone
Instagram: @edelweiss_cobblestone
Nottingham Art Group
Title or Location: Charles Chaplin in The Kid.
Inspired by a visit to the kinema in the woods at Woodhall Spa.
Credit: David Wharton
Facebook: David wharton
Instagram: Wharton8241

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