All meetings will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, starting at 7.30pm and finishing between 9.00pm and 9.30pm. Venue: The Piran Performing Arts Centre, Truro High School For Girls TR1 2HU. Entrance and parking via Daniel Court and Daniel Street – see map below.

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16th January 2019

Abstract landscape in oils

A talk by Sophie Capron about her art-work

The message she expresses in her abstract paintings is all about the relationship between the natural world and our effect on it. She says her art celebrates nature's continual effect on the things we create: 'the pavements we tread, the walls we lean on, the doors we walk through … leave the scratches and scrapes of our lives.'  Humanity's more destructive effects on the World's natural resources, all in the name of so-called 'progress', is becoming an issue we can't ignore, 

20th February 2019

Wendy Parkin

Ron Mooney is unable to attend so we have Wendy Parkin for a welcome second visit

20th March 2019

Victoria Hilliard

She will be showing some of her enchanting little three-dimensional artworks, and will talk about how they are encapsulated within driftwood frames, or boxes and cupboards.   Her agricultural Cornish  background and her widely travelled world-view allows us to focus in on her mico-images in oils, ceramics and stoneware clay.   They offer the viewer a  magical experience of individual objects that are often lost in the panoramic paintings of landscapes and seascapes with which we are more familiar. 


17th April 2019

Penlee Gallery and Museum

Zoe Burkett
Zoe will talk about her career bringing her ro the role of curator at Penlee gallery, the gallery history, plus current and forthcoming exhibitions we may be interested in viewing.

15th May 2019

AGM + Art in the Cornish Language

To give the evening additional interest, Viv and Jan will undertake a session all about Cornish language art.

19th June 2019


Sue Lewington
Nationally renowned artist Sue Lewington will constructively appraise our work. Please bring along a painting (in any meadium) for Sue to critique.