Wells Art Practice is a social enterprise founded by Molly Briton and Paul Crummay in the Spring of 2017.
Both practicing artists with a passion for Drawing, Wells Art Practice was established with the aim of providing opportunities for the local community to engage with, and benefit from the practice of drawing.
The Drawing room is the next stage in our journey, and provides a dedicated teaching space alongside affordable access to communal studio space.
At the Drawing Room we have three core aims:
To provide a dedicated space for the practice of, and engagement with Drawing.
To provide affordable low-cost studio facilities and workspace.
To provide free and low-cost access to our drawing classes for those on low incomes.
At Wells Art Practice we strongly believe that engagement with the creative arts has a noticeable impact on our quality of life, not only as individuals, but as members of a wider community.
We aim to establish and develop a community within a local and regional context through the practice, participation and promotion of Drawing.
As part of our commitment to providing affordable access to drawing facilities and classes, we run a Studio Membership programme and an "Access to Drawing" scheme providing free classes to those on low incomes.