Welcome to the Weston group of Artists
Welcome to the new website of the Weston Group of Artists
We are a small and very informal group of artists who have been working together for over ten years. We meet once a week to work together, drink tea, eat biscuits and to help each other in a supportive and relaxed environment.
We work mostly in oils or acrylics, but in other media also, and many of our members take tuition and classes to improve their knowledge and technique. We produce work in a bewildering selection of styles and you will see an interesting range of subjects, techniques and colour palettes. We frequently invite guest tutors to our weekly meetings, to introduce us to new techniques, methods and to broaden our knowledge of art history and artistic ideas.
Our members are happy to consider private commissions and most of the works shown on this website are for sale. We suggest that you contact individual artists via the contacts page to open a conversation.
A small selection of our work can be seen on the website in the gallery pages.
Group Membership is very informal; we do not have an annual fee. However, when we incur small expenses such as the rent for the facility where we meet, we split the costs between us.
Membership is currently closed, but we are always happy to hear from artists who are interested in joining in case we have spaces available.
Specialising in Watercolours and Acrylic
Uses multi-media to take on an eclectic mix of subjects
A few teasers …
A Rugby Man
Oil on Canvass
59cm x 50cm
Stormy clouds over shore
Oil on canvas, framed
44cm x 44cm
Like to know more … ?
Just contact us via the contact form
Our next exhibition opens 11th November, 2023 …
The group has held an annual exhibition in Letchworth for many years. Our next exhibition opens at the prestigeous Broadway Art Gallery from the 10th June to the 23rd July, 2023. Opening hours are from 10am to 5pm, Wednesday to Saturday and the Gallery is located at 2...
Oil on canvas, 80cms x 60cms This image was made on a safari trip to Kenya in 2005. Lake Nakuru is famous for it's flocks of flamingoes, often over 2 million at any one time. People usually go on safari for the Big Five, elephants, lions, rhinos, leopards and...