Notable artists of different genres are invited to demonstrate their techniques and processes in front of WASA members and visitors for approximately an hour after the general meeting.
Members are encouraged to ask questions and discuss the methods and processes being used to further their knowledge and skills.
Artists often show different stages in their process of completing a work and bring along several examples of their paintings and artwork for display and possible sale.
WASA uses a top of the range sound system. A wireless 'hands free' head microphone is used. The audience also has a wireless microphone to ask questions, so the session becomes interactive.
Demonstrators bring examples of their work, paintings for sale, flyers, cards to promote their classes and exhibitions.
If you would like to be a WASA Demonstrator contact

Shakey  Jacob Butler is coming to WASA.........

About — Shakey

Jacob Butler (Shakey) is a young, self-taught artist based in Fremantle. Jacob works in many mediums including acrylics, oils, pastel and aerosol.

Jacob’s essential tremor that existed from birth got him branded ‘Shakey’, giving him his unique, free-flowing, intuitive style.

Jacob’s art career began on the wharf in 2013, where he experimented using paint and colour for the first time whilst decorating his workmate’s hard-hats. The demand for Jacob’s artwork grew fast as well as his passion and drive to become a real artist. Since becoming a full-time artist he has been invited to paint live in front of large audiences for private concerts, gala balls, weddings and large charity events internationally, with his paintings yielding very successful results due to the raw energy put into his work whilst under pressure. Jacob’s passion and energy for art is contagious, his mission is not only to be the best artist that he can be, but also to inspire others to get painting. This was recently recognized within his nomination for a Disability Support Award, due to his successful art workshops catered for those living with disabilities. His story has been covered by the West Australian, Channel 7's Today Tonight, Radio and an award winning short film titled: Shakey’s Story.

He ran his first successful co-exhibition with his wife Ange Butler in 2017. He is currently working on large scale murals and performing live wedding art in and around Australia. Between commissions he also continues his art works-shops for people with disabilities and is working towards his second exhibition.

SHAKEY Art By Jacob Butler

Thursday 19th May 2022

Monthly Competition - Theme to be advised

Dear members,
Please remember the procedure for the commencement of every monthly meeting.
Memorandum: WASA Covid update 29th April 2022

As we enter a new phase with COVID many of the imposed restrictions are now relaxed.
Thank you to all who have assisted in supporting the measures the Committee asked us to comply with
Please note:
  • Refreshments can resume
  • Proof of vaccination will no longer be required to attend WASA events and meetings
  • Masks will be optional as they are no longer mandatory.
  • Density and capacity have been removed
Please continue to:
Refrain from attending if you are sick in any way
Refrain from attending if you are a close contact
Get tested if you have any Covid symptoms
Break the chain of Covid transmission
Practise good personal hygiene
Sanitize hands often
Cover coughs with a tissue or use your elbow
Be kind and remain courteous and understanding of other people and their preferences.
Thank you for your understanding and co-operation. WASA will continue to stay up to date with Government requirements.
Sign the Attendance Register for the May meeting, either as a member or guest.

Guests are asked to pay $20.
Members collect name tags.
Submit your artwork for the monthly competition at the appropriate desk.