Sometimes we get stuck and don’t feel like doing any art but we want to be creative and do something. It may help to branch out, try something different to loosen up your ideas, and push new concepts … more
Sandie Schroder gave an excellent talk about holding your own exhibition and what is involved and what to expect last November. This is a summary of the points she discussed, well worth a read if … more
Meet the French Poitou Donkey or as I like to call him ‘Pierre’. A lady came into the Pop-up Shop with a resin model of a donkey, hoping somebody from ASA could paint it for her. I was asked and … more
I am so very happy to pass over 'Wilson' for my fund-raising effort for 'Kangaroo Island Koala and Wildlife Rescue Centre. Thank you Debbie Wood for your generous winning bid of $300! I'm so happy … more
What are the laws that affect us as Artists?
Copyright protects the artist’s right to reproduce the work (photocopying, copying by hand, filming, recording and scanning), to make the work public for … more
Yes. It is sometimes helpful to have different price options for your art, for those people who love your work but can’t afford it or for those people like myself who have no more wall space. Prints, … more
Should Artists Follow Trends?
By Chantalle Grummet, 19 October 202
Artwork titled "Fishy" by Jenny Herbert click on this link to take you to her gallery.
No definitely not but on the other hand … more
Pop up Shop is now open.
LOCATION: Armadale Shopping City Shop 21A, 206 Jull Street, near the food hall.
from 5 October, 2020
OPENING HOURS: Trading Hours Monday—Saturday 9am to 5pm, … more
Put this in your diary, its a must to see.
Incredible artworks by members of the society
Whirlwind in the ASA
By Chantalle Grummet
It has been a whirlwind of activity during September and October for the ASA.
In September we had the Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail, which … more