Welcome to the nepean art society website
The Nepean Art Society was officially formed in 1967 by a small group of dedicated people. The enthusiasm of the current members continues.
Our aim is to provide a friendly environment where local artists can meet to learn, practise and exhibit their work. We also promote local art within the Penrith, St Marys and Lower Blue Mountains area.
The Society offers a variety of teachers, classes, workshops and demonstrations. Exhibitions are held twice a year to showcase and sell members' work.
Our patron is Warwick Fuller, who was the official tour artist for His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall in 2015, as he was during their 2012 tour.
The Nepean Art Society is here to mentor, educate, inspire and motivate the community about the art culture in Penrith.
We have over 140 members and welcome new members. Join us!
Our next meeting will be held on Friday 8th November at 1.30pm in the Studio. All welcome.
OPEN STUDIO DAYS
Chris Pearson is hosting a weekly open studio where members can come to the studio and paint, share stories and enjoy a cuppa. It runs on Tuesday afternoons from 1 to 4pm.
Please note: the open studio does not operate during school holidays.
Chris can be contacted on 0400 351 736
how to become a nepean art society member
If you would like to join our Society please do so by going to the MyNAS page from the menu above and follow the steps listed. The Membership fee is $30 payable on joining and is renewed 1st January each year. There are no discounts for part year membership.
The NAS is very pleased to announce that Stephen Travers has agreed to present our next demonstration. Stephen kindly opened our recent Spring Exhibition and we are looking forward to observing his techniques and showcasing his talents for us.
In this demonstration Stephen will show how to capture the light filtering through the Australian bush, particularly focusing on creating depth in his work.
For more details go to our Demonstrations page or click on this link: DEMONSTRATIONS
Photo: Zoe Elkington