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The Corstorphine Art Group

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New members welcome

*Check out the gallery for new photos of members' work.*

July 29th - August 4th
We had a very good exhibition this year, despite having slightly fewer submissions with over 50 paintings sold and more than 400 visitors.   

Many visitors commented on the very high standard of work presented. 

Well done and thanks to all our artists. 
And thanks to all our visitors for coming to our exhibition.
Next club meeting:
Tuesday September 26th

Jean Stewart will be demonstrating with oil pastels.

If you are interested in joining the club, please come and join us for this open (free) evening. More details below.

Preview Evening

Jean Stewart who hung the exhibition

Corstorphine Dower House Exhibition

Another exhibition we have running at the moment is in the Corstorphine Dower House cafe where you can also get a lovely cup of coffee in comfort while you check out our paintings (which are all for sale).

This exhibition is refreshed with new paintings several times a year so please make sure to visit it again.  The paintings have just been changed in May.

Corstorphine Art Group Meetings
We meet in St Ninian's Church Hall, entry from the car park at the rear of the church, off St Ninian's Road, EH12 8AP on the last Tuesday of the month.  Our meetings start at 7pm with a practical demonstration, each topic planned to show the use of a variety of techniques and using different media by an accomplished artist.  On two meetings per syllabus, members can bring one or two paintings, either part or fully completed, for a critical assessment by a professional artist.  Advice will be given on mounting, framing and overall presentation. These evenings are very popular and are very informative for all present.  Also, on one of these evenings, our members choose the Poster painting for the Annual Exhibition.  Visitors are welcome for a fee of £5.

For more information, contact the Club Secretary, Carol Carden, at or Club Treasurer, Anne Henderson, at
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