art4you Scotland

Welcome to art4you Scotland

Our latest art program offers the following art classes and art workshops:

Enjoy art classes, art holidays, art weekends, painting holidays, family art days, life drawing and much more in our art4you Scotland Studio at Ballochruin Farm, Balfron Station, 20 miles north of Glasgow or 20 miles west of Stirling. If weather permits painting or drawing will take place in the fantastic Scottish country side.
art4you Scotland is based between Killearn and Balfron near Loch Lomond National Park in Scotland. We offer various art classes, family art days, art courses, life drawing, art short breaks & painting holidays for you to experience creativity in a relaxed atmosphere.

You can also book art sessions for birthday parties, hen nights other special occasions or corporate workshops and team building sessions. We will create a tailor made package for you to remember.

Looking for a unique present – book a art gift voucher for one of our art classes & painting holidays.

Discover your artistic side or improve existing skills in small art classes or art holiday courses where you can enjoy drawing & painting and have fun near Glasgow.

During your art holiday & painting holiday and art short break you can stay at nearby holiday accommodations and B&Bs. We have a list of accommodations and happy to assist with finding the right place for you.

Morning art class art4you Scotland welcomes all levels from experienced artist to total art beginner to the art courses and painting holidays.

Ewen Duncan, painter and art lecturer and our team of artists encourages each individual to discover and develop their personal technique and style of painting and drawing.

A painting holiday in Scotland with Ewen Duncan will be fun and relaxing at the same time.

Do you need assistance with art projects? We can guide you individually during an art class or you can get in touch to book an one-to-one art session. For special art tuition select our portfolio class or one-to-one session. We will help you to improve your art skills in a fun encouraging environment.

Life drawing – an important skill for any artist. Join our regular Tuesday evening Life Drawing class. Again all levels of experience are welcome to our Life Drawing classes.

Life DrawingWe can offer fluent German and basic French for holiday visitors attending our painting holidays, and art short breaks in Scotland. There are many alternative activities (cycling, horse riding, golfing, fishing, hill walking, distilleries, etc) nearby for partners or family members with other interests then painting or drawing. The local villages Balfron, Killearn and Fintry also offer country cafes, restaurants and pubs as well as local galleries and gift shops. The main cities Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling are all easily accessible by car within 30 minutes to an hour.

Painting Holiday – a great way to experience Scotland and a great art present to give!

Art Classes near Glasgow and Stirling

Mission Statement

1. become a better artist
2. feed your soul
3. enjoy the process

studio address: Balfron Station, Glasgow, G63 0LE, Scotland

“A very enjoyable couple of days in a very pleasant, relaxed environment in a great art studio near Glasgow. I got exposure to new things and a chance to try them out. Excellent facilities! Thank you very much!” Gorden Shiach

“I’ve been going to classes for years and Ewen is definitely the best one I’ve been to. He is patient and supportive.” – Linda Thomson

“Ewen directs rather than tells you. He is someone with a professional mind who can encourage you. I am doing things now that I never thought I could” – Rhona McColl

“Ewen’s attitude is ‘lets have fun here’. He is good at creating an encouraging atmosphere” – Jim Cameron

“Inspiring, informative, learned a lot & enjoyed it!” Jan Holland-Hays

“Brilliant. Thanks very much. A lovely bright workspace and relaxed atmosphere. Really enjoyed it.” Debbie Green

“A really good experience which fulfilled my expectations starting as a total novice and ending the day with a presentable pastel and oil painting.” David Isaacs