HOBART
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Upcoming Events

ABOUT HOBART
ART
GROUP
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
PHOTOS
Melbourne Art Group
2024-07-08
Hobart Art Group
2024-03-12
Title or Location: Tarkine fungi
This was drawn from an out of focus photo I took whilst wondering through part of the Tarkine forest some years ago. I have been fascinated by the world of fungi for years and have a large collection of photos that I am slowly collecting into one folder. I have always drawn and fell in love the ink as at teenager when I saw some etching in an exhibition. I had wanted to try push my drawing to another level just for myself and began with looking at my collection of photos. So why use an out of f
Credit: Vincent Aaltink
Instagram: Vincent Aaltink evoke_a_l_o_t
Orlando Art Group
2024-07-01

Hobart Art Group
2024-03-05
Title or Location:
Painted for my daughter in 2023, with soft pastels . Brahman calves.
Credit: Julie Pearson
Orlando Art Group
2024-07-01
Hobart Art Group
2024-01-08
Title or Location: Melamine
Upon my recent return to Hobart, I was taken by the impact small elements have on a larger outcome. My work is not a conscious representation of this, but an exercise in subconscious expression channeling something unknown into realisation.
Credit: Eamonn Miller
Facebook: Eamonn Miller
Instagram: eamonn_miller

Dublin Art Group
2024-06-24
Hobart Art Group
2023-12-11
Title or Location: In the Blink of an Eye
Original unframed 65 x 91 cm Alcohol ink on yupo paper sealed with high grade varnish and UV spray. My artwork is heavily inspired by both nature and the mindgarden. Planting the seeds of joy and happiness today for our tomorrows.?Just like the lifespan of cherry blossoms, our days pass in a blink of an eye. According to Japanese folklore, cherry blossoms should remind us to cherish the best parts of our lives and not forget to appreciate the beauty in everything.?- Flower Glossary
Credit: Libby Dyer
Instagram: www.instagram.com/libbydyerart
Dublin Art Group
2024-06-24

Hobart Art Group
2023-11-20
Title or Location: Kunyanyi sunset
Kunyanyi and the Derwent bridge are two landmarks of Hobart, both inspirational. I started it painting in a Van Gogh style but it sort of evolved. It is quite a large painting and was fun to do.
Credit: McCartney Dorothy
Dublin Art Group
2024-06-24
Hobart Art Group
2023-10-23
Title or Location: Tassie Rosellas
Good morning, thankyou, what an honour to even be considered.This is an acrylic on canvas which I painted specifically as a donation to the Paynter family of Hobart. Hamish, then 15, when the accident happened last year, was left a paraplegic, with minimal hand movements after an outing to the beach with his school went horribly wrong. His father's workplace, Calvary Hospital went straight into help mode to aid this family with the enormous medical and building costs to alter the family home
Credit: Jen Cheverton
Instagram: jencheverton_artist

Tulsa Art Group
2024-07-16
Title or Location: He sees me.
This was a new experience. I knew I needed to be more efficient at creating. So I prayed and with all my art work being are a form of praise and worship, each time I sat to paint, time disappeared. Yet I finished it quicker than any other piece. Once this was done I asked myselfhow'd you do that? I didn't, He did!
Credit: Claude McCumber
Buffalo Art Group
2024-07-16
Title or Location: Peony
Inspiration for this was just flipping through some pictures I took of my garden earlier in the season. I wish the peonies bloomed longer! This painting was done using Chinese colors and brushes on black shuen paper.
Credit: Andrea Caprio
Bristol Art Group
2024-07-15
Title or Location:
Part of an unreal series from the land of dead birds exploring human extinction. The Unreal series are inspired by the bleak landscapes of Western Australia. In this instance the Blackwood River in Nannup. A poet friend who doesn't want to be named sends me photos she thinks would form a perfect backdrop for the land of dead birds. The birds themselves are Frankenstein compositions all framed by Art Nouveau/Lovecraftian inspired frames. The land of deadbirds is part of a wider exploration of war
Credit: Alex Spence
Instagram: @altworld404

Indianapolis Art Group
2024-07-15
Title or Location:
This is a painting Titled Dandelion 3No photo reference
Credit: Carrie Granitto
Facebook: Carrie Granitto
Glasgow Art Group
2024-07-14
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
Buffalo Art Group
2024-07-13
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

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