2024 programme

Our monthly meetings take place on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30 pm at the Waveney Centre, Beccles. Details on how to find the Waveney Centre are at the bottom of this page.

FEBRUARY 7th - Sarah Cannell: the newly approved Waveney Valley willow pattern and painting on ceramics

MARCH 6th - Rachel Wiles: cyanotype printing and use in art work

APRIL 3rd - members art tables

MAY 1st - Andrew Pitt: Watercolour a direct approach https://www.andrewpitt.co.uk/

JUNE 5th - Paul Zawadzki: A splash of colour https://www.artbear.co.uk/

JULY - tbc

AUGUST - Annual Exhibition at Beccles Public Hall from Sunday 4th August to Friday 9th August

2023 agm

Minutes of the 2023 AGM held in November are below.

summer sketching 2022

Here are some pictures from our June sketching session at Beccles Quay.  We managed an hour before the rain defeated us!

COLIN AYERS STEP-BY-STEP WATERCOLOUR GUIDES

Following his recent demonstration at the society, Colin Ayers has very kindly offered the society access to 7 step-by-step guides to watercolour painting (various locations).  If you would like access to these and are a current member please contact Sally Ladbrooke sally.ladbrooke889@googlemail.com

Colin would like to hear from members (and others) who are interested in him running tutored watercolour and mixed media classes in Beccles.  Please contact Colin at info@colinayersart.co.uk

beccles wild about art - saturday 5th march

A photo from Wild About Art which took place on 5th March.  Thank you to everyone who visited our stand.

2021 SUMMER SKETCHING

As we have not been able to have our monthly demonstrations, the committee organised some outdoor sketching sessions, to take advantage of the (sometimes!) lovely summer weather.  Photos taken at our sketching sessions can be viewed below.

september - walberswick harbour

july - redisham hall, beccles

finding the waveney centre (location of monthly meetings)

The Waveney Centre can be found in the centre of Beccles in New Market - postcode NR34 9HE.  The entrance is between Abbotts and Hughes - walk down the alley between these buildings and The Waveney Centre will be in front of you.