The Artists’ Workshop is one of Saskatoon’s longest running art groups. It was formed in 1990.

The group meets weekly to paint together at the Grace Westminster Church, where it also holds its annual Fine Art Show and Sale in April of each year.

The purpose of the group is to paint together regularly, to offer encouragement and critiques, to perform community service which includes participating in fund raising art exhibitions, to exhibit as a group, and to share arts resources.

The group, as well as individual group members, has exhibited in various venues throughout the province. Several group members are represented in Saskatchewan galleries.

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  1. My name is Janice Moser.I’ve. been active in the art world in Regina for many years. Belonging to several guilds over the years.. and currently belong to a group called urban sketchers .we do something very similar all year round.so winter is coffee shops, conservatory ,museums.. but the Best is summer gardens .
    I will be moving next summer to Kenaston, and was hoping to get involved in the Saskatoon art community . I’m very excited to see your photographs, your group looks lovely. Any of those photos could make a beautiful garden painting . Thank you so much for sharing .

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