Artist Holding a Paintbrush


with award winning artist
Lee Fether


Each week in the studio (Greenwich), there will be a different theme to inspire and guide our tutored classes. We will explore how the masters, and contemporary artists, have used the theme in their art.

With a new perspective in mind, you can either work on the set up prepared for the theme, or work on your own composition (from objects in the studio, or anything else you may want to bring along).


Guidance and feedback is given.

There will be a coffee and tea break which is included. Please bring in your own materials or you can purchase a kit or supplies from us. Studio session painters can have their own storage box to keep their materials in the studio.  The fee is £20 for a two hour class.

FIRST CLASS:  Please note materials are included for your first class if you don't have any.

Beginner's Painting Class
Give it a try!

Come along and try out a range of materials to get you started on your artistic journey! Whether it is charcoal, pastels, pencils, acrylic paints, oil paints, gouache or watercolours, there will be helpful advice and suggestions on hand.

We will also look at different types of brushes, papers and canvas.
During this one hour class, you’ll have a chance to create a small drawing or painting with the materials of your choice.


The class is £15 and materials are included.

Classes are in a Greenwich SE12 studio.

For businesses, friends or family!

We are happy to create a bespoke program for any groups looking to offer painting, drawing or art classes.   These can be online, over Zoom or in person.

Email us to discuss:


We host craft workshop once a month on a Sunday afternoon.  OUr next workshop is soap making.  Visit our 'What's On' page for more info!

Gail Porter.webp

Our Fine Arts Lead

Lee Fether

Lee began her career as a designer, training at Central School of Art and Design, London.


After having children she went back to college and began studying drawing and painting. She found herself to have an affinity with portraiture, and in the following years began taking commissions and entering competitions. In 2009 her portrait of Gail Porter was selected for the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery's Primary Collection.


It was in 2012 her portrait of Michael Rosen was also selected for the BP Portrait Award and then subsequently acquired for their Primary Collection. The portrait is normally on display there. Her work has also been included in Art UK, the online home of every public art collection in the UK.

​In 2018, Lee was selected as a participant for Sky Arts' Portrait Artist of the Year. Lee's sitter, Paralympic gold medalist Kadeena Cox, chose Lee's portrait as her favourite.

In her garden studio Lee has continued to produce drawings and paintings, as well as pastel landscapes of Blackheath and Greenwich. In her more recent series, she has explored abstracted landscapes in oils.


You can view Lee’s work on her website: