Driffield Art Club
Club, founded 1965
Driffield Art Club currently has over 130 members from Driffield and the surrounding area within the East Riding.
Driffield Art Club members meet monthly on the third Monday of every month (except August) at Westgarth Community Centre, Mill Street, Driffield.
The meetings consist of demonstrations on a wide variety of styles and media; lectures on artists and developments in art, and the club endeavours to hold one meeting during the year when a practising artist appraises Driffield Art Club members’ work.
Anyone with an interest in art, practising or not, is most welcome to come to a meeting as a visitor before joining Driffield Art Club.
Fees are currently £25 per year. Visitors pay £7 which is credited against the annual fee if you then join Driffield Art Club within one month.
Please note that this workshop is now full.
(Please note this Saturday workshop is being held at North Dalton)
Flowers/Plant life in gouache.
Flowers in Pastels.
Nel Whatmore has been a professional artist for over thirty years, painting a variety of subjects, particularly using the exciting and versatile medium of pastels.
For more details about Nel and to see her artwork, please visit her website:
Landscapes in acrylics.
The Driffield Art Club Annual Exhibition was held at the beginning of October at the 'The Exchange' by courtesy of Messrs. Dee, Atkinson & Harrison. This year our special guest artist/judge was the Yorkshire artist Heather Burton, who kindly gave up her time to...
We would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to Becky and Richard for posing for our Life Drawing Workshop held in Nafferton Saturday 5 October. Excellent models and a very enjoyable day!
Dear Members We have made our first sale through the "Artwork for Sale" Album on Facebook! So don't be put off by the negative comments about Facebook - just take advantage of the positive side and send details of your Artwork for me to add to the Album. There are no...
Winning painting in our poster competition - chosen by our members to be used across all publicity for our Annual Exhibition in October. ‘A good drying day’ - Acrylic by Janet Saxby. See more of Janet's work on her gallery page.
Following on from Phil White’s portrait demonstration given on the 18 February 2019, here are a few photos capturing the final stages of his demonstration piece. Painted from a photo reference with acrylic paint, it was fascinating to see how the portrait evolved over...
Hello! The Driffield Art Club website has been updated and has a new fresh look! the website is now easier to view on mobile devices like tablets and smart phones includes a new online calendar and events diary to quickly find upcoming meetings, workshops and local...
BOBBIE SIMMONS CUP COMPETITION Theme ‘ Wold & Folds’ Anne Davenport’s textile painting was voted favourite picture at our Christmas party on Monday evening. It’s beautiful! Congratulations Anne!
This amazing portrait by DAC President Cath Inglis of Mr Simon Cunliffe Lister has been accepted to be exhibited in the Society of Women Artist Exhibition to be held in the Mall Galleries London 26th Sept to 30th Sept 2018. To see more of Cath’s work click her name to...
Fraser Scarfe of Lincoln will be demonstrating and tutoring at two workshops for DAC members.The workshops are on Sat 1st September and Sun 2nd September 2018. To book your place please contact: email@example.comFraser was our demonstrator at our January meeting...
AT our meeting in April the members of Driffield Art Club were invited to bring a piece of artwork to be displayed in our competition - 'Member's Choice Poster Competition' - to select an image for our poster and other advertising matter over the coming 12 months - in...
Mandarin Drake by David Credland, oils on canvas, 14" x 18" To view the whole painting and to see more of David's work please click on his name to go to his gallery page. David Credland
'Red Sail at Brigham' - Oils on canvas, 14" x 18". To view the whole painting and to see more of David's work please click on his name to go to his gallery page. David Credland