WELCOME TO BRECKNOCK ART SOCIETY

  We exist for the promotion and enjoyment of art, and welcome new members of all ages. No experience is necessary. Our members use a variety of media, eg watercolour, acrylic, oil, pastels, pencil, charcoal, mixed media and also digital.




Whatever your medium this could be the club for you! Please see the next page under 'Contact' to get in touch.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE . For the year from April 1st 2023 membership fees are set at £10 for existing members, plus £20 initially  for new members.

WEDNESDAY MONTHLY PAINTING DAYS with a tutor. From 10.00 to 3.30. Please stay for display and critique at 3pm. The daily charge will be £20 (some at £10 or no charge). Days tend to be medium-specific but it is usually posssible to use your preferred medium . Please bring tea/coffee and a packed lunch.

FRIDAY MORNINGs each week ( per term) painting sessions from 9.30 to 12.30.


  Llanfrynach Village Hall, LD3 7AZ Llanfrynach is one mile south of the A40 dual carriageway. Coming out of Brecon take first exit off the dual carriageway, and follow signs for Llanfrynach. The Village Hall is on the road through the village.

  Mountain View House. Llanfrynach LD3 7BQ

 Groesffordd Community Hall Groesfordd LD3 7SN. Coming out of Brecon on the A40 towards Abergavenny, take the first turning left. Follow signs to Groessfordd. Take left turn in village to Hall.

  Llanddew Village Hall. In Brecon, head up Cerrigcochion Road  from Morrison's Supermarket, turning left at the top. Take the first right after 500metres towards llanddew Village. On passing the village sign and topping the rise, turn left into the Village Hall carpark.

  Llanfrynach Church. Almost opposite the Village Hall. Public loo open a few yards away.

                                   VIRTUAL EXHIBITION   -   Recent Work

                                 Breckon Monmouth Canal   by Kay

                             Llangorse Lake by Kay

                Llyn Brianne    by Kay

                                 Llyn Clwedog by Kay

                  River Taff by Kay

                                 Canal near Tal-y-Bont  by Tony

                                                -by Brenda

                                                    -by Janet

                                                             -by Janet

                                            -by Judith

                                            -by Vince

                                                 -by Carol Harris

                                                             -by Carol Harris