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 Usually every Second Sunday of the month,

but due to Covid-19 pandemic, 

workshops at Carramar Community Centre have been cancelled until further notice - we do however provide online workshops.  


While we anticipate this break from scheduled workshops will last some months, NCAC will continue to consider how we can support our members through art




Our club's AGM was scheduled for May, however due to all current government restrictions, it has impacted our ability to hold any meetings.

  At this stage, the AGM will be postponed until a date can be safely set.  The current committee will remain in place until then.

We are working hard behind the scenes to ensure our members are provided with a monthly virtual workshop and art updates. 

Please stay tuned!

Keep in touch with us:  Look out for updates on Facebook or by Email updates and look out for the "ISO Workshops".  

Thank you, NCAC Committee


  April/May Online Workshop



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 To our valued members, Janine Rea has created a fabulous workshop for YOU!  

It has been forwarded to all members by email in a printable document format (pdf).

This workshop is also available on our Members-Only FACEBOOK page.

If you have not received the email, click here to access the workshop on FACEBOOK




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8 March - Life Drawing Model Session PDF Print E-mail

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Come and join us this Sunday arvo for our first life drawing model session of 2020. Our model is Sandra Lien.

Bring your own art materials and work with your preferred mediums.

Remember that paper is available for sale from the club.  



Workshop 9 February 2020 PDF Print E-mail

Join us on Sunday 9 February, for the first workshop of the year with club member, artist and teacher, Gillian Roulston. 

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 COST: Members - no charge;  Non-members -  $10.00


Leanne Pearson Demonstration 10 November 2019 PDF Print E-mail

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Leanne Pearson - Demonstration

Sunday, 10 November 2019, 1pm to 4pm

Carramar Comminity Centre, Rawlinna Parkway, Carramar


Leanne is a highly renowned portraiture artist and is North Coast Art Club's November guest.

Leanne will be demonstrating her techniques on painting children on the beach (or a similar subject).

You might also be able to gain information on what is involved in commission painting.


To view her beautiful art, visit Leanne's facebook page - Leanne Pearson Artist or website - 


 COST: Members - no charge;  Non-members -  $20.00



BYO Workshop 6 October 2019 PDF Print E-mail

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Come join us for Still Life;
30 by 30 cm paintings for the next exhibition;
or use this opportunity to finish off other works.
You are welcome to just call in for a chat!

8 September 2019 Caricature Sketching PDF Print E-mail


Caricatures with Mark Thornton

A caricature is an artistic rendered image showing the features of its subject in a simplified or exaggerated way through sketching, pencil strokes, or through other artistic 


 Members are to bring:

-  Sketching materials - (pens, pencils)
-  Sketching paper (A3 or smaller)
-  Canvas paper, canvas board, pastel paper or similar to paint a caricature on
-  Paints/pastels (acrylics and pastels best - could probably get away with watercolour).  However, oils are difficult.
-  Photograph of anyone, with primarily head showing.  Best to not have straight on shot.  Can be out of a magazine, etc.

Cost: Members free, non members $10

Bring Your Own Workshop 11 August 2019 PDF Print E-mail


This month gives us all the opportunity to work on our own artwork, in preparation for the upcoming exhibition. 

Come and join us for a cuppa and enjoy catching up with others.

See you there!

14 July 2019: Watercolour Workshop PDF Print E-mail

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16 JUNE 2019 WORKSHOP: BYO WORK PDF Print E-mail

This month is a BRING YOUR OWN work ! 

As a number of people will be away on the June Thailand getaway, we've decided to make this month's get-together a relaxed painting day!  

Bring along a painting/drawing/project you are working on, or DO whatever you feel like doing and enjoy a social afternoon over a cuppa, getting to know other members.

See you there! 

Annual General Meeting 19 MAY 2019 PDF Print E-mail

  SUNDAY, 19 May 2019 at 1pm  

Club Annual General Meeting - Carramar Community Centre

Refreshments will be served.  

A still life scene will be set up for a workshop after close of the meeting.  Bring along your own canvas, paper and preferred medium.  Paper can be bought from the club for 50c - $1 a sheet.

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Your club calls on members for support in running the club.  It cannot function without a good working committee!  We are actively looking for a Treasurer and a Workshop Manager/Coordinator for the next year.  If you think you can help out, please put your name forward. 

The club is also looking for Volunteers to help with various tasks such as dealing with exhibition catering, advertising for exhibitions, help at our monthly workshops (set up tables, clean up, etc) and various other jobs when required.  If you think you are able to help out, please put your name and contact details forward. 


Sunday, 14 April 2019 Workshop PDF Print E-mail

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Gerald is a renowned West Australian landscape and abstract painter working with oils, acrylic and pastels.
The Workshop:
The aim of the workshop is to paint an Acrylic Impressionist style landscape using a limited palette. Working from a photo reference supplied, we will make some slight adjustments to the composition.
Using a fan tail brush to block in a tonal wash, then developing the painting with a Painting Knife, Primary Colours and White.
Suggested equipment list: 
1. Canvas Board approx. 40 x 30 cm
2. Colours: Ultramarine Blue - Alizarin Crimson - Cadmium Yellow & White
3. Fan Tail Brush
4. Painting Knife
5. Palette 
6. Tissues for keeping Knife clean during colour mixing.
Gerald will provide a photo reference of a landscape but there will be some changes to it by adding a distant hill.  It would be preferable if everyone did the same exercise, as it would be easier to keep track of everyone's progress.
If you would like to know more about Gerald click on the following link
The workshop is at the Carramar Community Centre, Rawlinna Parkway, Carramar. 1pm to 4pm