About us

Lismore Art Club Inc. was established in 1960 and maintains a healthy, enthusiastic membership. It is accredited with the longest running annual art exhibition in the region.  On the 3rd Saturday of each month the club holds a workshop with an invited artist sharing their skills. Outdoor plein air days are another feature of the calendar.  See tutorial pages for more details.

Due to Covid  and complications it has caused we all have to be aware that changes may occur including the venue

Our 2021 Christmas Lunch will be held on Saturday 4th December 2021 preceded by a Meeting at 10am.  The agenda has been emailed to members

Please bring a Secret Santa gift to the value of about $10.
Please bring a plate to share, for lunch. Remembering to be Covid safe. 
Looking forward to seeing you all. 
Note that the annual membership of $20 is now due for the 2022 year

See the Tutorial / Events tab for further information and any updates about 2022 tutorials


Our Annual Exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery in Bridge Street, held between 24th September and 17th October, gave us a great opportunity to exhibit our art.

The winner of the Northern Rivers Financial Advice Award was Janet Hassall’s  ‘Welcome to an Island’.   A separate prize, also awarded by Northern Rivers Financial advice, was for Margaret Brown’s ‘Emily Gap’.  Special thanks to our sponsor Nick Rose of Northern Rivers Financial Advice for his generous ongoing support over many years  Tel 6624 6622   info@nrfinancial.com.au

Congratulations to our winners and to Marissa Brooks for her judging of the exhibition & appreciation of members’ work. Her comment: “they are all brilliant” making for “a very difficult decision.”

Visitors to the exhibition voted for a Peoples Choice Award sponsored by Sheila Turner Picture Framing which can be found in the Strand Arcade  Tel 0472 514 760. The prize was for picture framing by Shiela. Our thanks for Sheila’s support & generosity. 


Painting  – 

  1. Promotes creative growth
  2. Boosts memory
  3. Builds motor skills and problem solving dexterity
  4. Relieves stress
  5. Encourages an optimistic approach.
  6. Cultivates growth emotionally.


We support Wilson Park Special School and value the use of the facilities for our tutorials. 


To find out more about us, you may like to contact our president or secretary by phone or send the club an email to contact@lismoreartclub.com.au  President: Meg K Nielsen  ph 6663 5239  Secretary: Linnea Hannan ph 6624 1618  Treasurer: Kay McCheyne  P.O. Box 7201 Lismore Heights 2480   Direct Deposit payments can be made at Greater Bank       BSB 637 000  Account 781710229  Please reference your payment.   Assistant Secretary and Webmaster: Roger Jones 0408 417 277

The club holds a large variety of books, DVDs and magazines which are available on loan to members. To borrow from the Library contact Meg who will arrange a convenient time and location for collection, usually on tutorial day.