Is an organisation for all who have an interest in the visual arts catering as it does for artists of all abilities from the absolute beginner to the most accomplished. 
The Group is founded on the belief that art should be accessable to all and that everyone has the potential to paint and draw.
Members meet regularly twice a week to paint, draw and share their experience with friends who enjoy similar interests.
Whilst SAG is not a teaching organisation its members benefit from a full programme of demonstrations,workshops, model sessions and the opportunity to exhibit their work.
Visitors and new members are assured of a warm welcome at SAG's twice weekly meetings which take place at the Littleworth Community Centre each Tuesday afternoon and Friday evening.


is open to all regardless of age or ability and supporting the principle of 'art accessible to all' subscriptions are maintained at an affordable level currently  just £30 for the full year. 

The subscription provides the opportunity to attend two sessions each week the first on Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm and the second on Friday evening from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. 
At these regular weekly meetings members come along to to paint and draw, share their experience and to socialise with friends with similar interests.
Each month there are special events including demonstrations by professional artists, opportunities to paint and draw live models,sketching days out, optional workshops and the chance to exhibit and perhaps sell work
Members also enjoy access to a comprehensive library of art  DVDs and equipment.
Clearly, there are a lot of good reasons for joining Stafford Art Group
it couldn't be easier,simply contact any member of the organising committee, simply come along to one of our weekly meetings or email us at, you will be very welcome. 







22/01/2016 17:51
 I was born and grew up in Warwickshire. I studied fine art in Birmingham before embarking on a career as a primary school teacher. I am now working part-time so that I can devote more time to my life-long passion for painting. My paintings, in oils and acrylics, reflect my love of the natural world around us. I now live in Market Drayton and have been an active member of the Stafford Art Group for several years. You can contact me through my website www.gillstokesart or e-mail me at or phone 079 694 81 363


22/01/2016 15:45
Shares his time between archaelogy and painting. Whilst his earlier work focused on landscape latterly he has become increasingly interested in portrait painting both animal and human. Please vist the gallery to view examples of this artist's work


22/01/2016 13:25
I studied drawing, painting and design in Perth - West Australia. I prefere using acrylics for painting semi-abstract landscapes and flowers, occasionally still lifes, portraits and cats. My paintings were exhibited in England and Czech Republic. You can see my work on my website


22/01/2016 10:15
Having lived most of my life in Africa, I now live and work permanently in Stafford, U.K. Years spent in Botswana are the inspiration for my work and it is where I came to have a love for animals in their natural habitat. I paint mainly from personal experiences; so many of the animals featured in my paintings have a story to tell. I paint predominantly in watercolour because I feel that no other medium can match its qualities and it's transparency lends itself to the light and colours of Africa. I have spent this past year doing animal portraits - something I said I would never do - but never say never. I have really enjoyed doing them, and what started as a one off has developed into a passion. I have exhibited in Botswana, South Africa and the UK, most notably the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA) and have work exhibited in private collections across the world. I am a member of the International Wildlife Art Society and Chairperson of the Stafford Art Group. A collection...
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