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Welcome to The Art Hub Studio & Gallery

Creativity is intelligence having fun - Albert Einstein



There is an artist in everyone waiting to be discovered. Explore your creativity and let it nourish your soul. Join us in one of our many classes... play... make a mess... and have fun! Learn how to paint the tangible and intangible -  your dreams, memories and feelings. Experiment with mixed media, learn the rules and break them...find the artist within! 


 Weekend Workshops

2 Day Portrait Workshop $290

Huskisson   29th and 30th June

2 Day Landscape Workshop $310

Huskisson   27th and 28th July

Weave Like a Bird, $95

Basket Weaving 10 - 1pm

Nowra, Saturday 22nd June

Alcohol Inks Workshop $130

Huskisson 31st August

Cyanotype Workshop $180

Huskisson,  21st September 

School Holiday Classes

all school holiday classes suitable for children and adults

Block Printing  $80

Huskisson   Saturday 6th July  10 - 1pm

Paint an Animal  $65

Nowra  Tuesday  9th July  2 - 4pm

Wire and Clay Sculpture  $65 

Nowra   Thursday 11th July  2 - 4pm

Huskisson   Saturday 13th July  10 -12pm

Drawing and Illustration  $50 

Huskisson   Saturday 13th July  1.30 - 3.30pm

Nowra  Thursday  18th July   2  -  4pm 

Animation Class  $50

Nowra  Tuesday 16th July   2 - 4pm

Creative Writing  $50

Nowra   Thursday 18th July  2  -  4pm

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Our Story

"Every artist dips his brush into his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures." Henry Ward Beecher

The Art Hub - Studio & Gallery is owned and run by artist and teacher, Susan Curtin. Our wonderful staff are dedicated to all things creative. Karen Jorgensen is our Administration Manager with Cameron Turner and Antony Bunyan working alongside Susan as teachers and mentors. 
We are passionate about sharing our arts practice with students and visitors and promote a supportive, inclusive environment to foster your creative development.

Classes and workshops change so check our website for all details
Providing creative services for our community is the primary focus of our practice and we welcome individual and group enquiries. We also provide services for NDIS clients, either in a group or 1:1.
Our artists are also available for commissions.


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Our Awards and Nominations

Thank you to our community of supporters for making this possible

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Our Awards and Nominations

Congratulations to Susan Curtin on her nomination for Woman of the Year 2023!

Awards and nominations


Get to Know Us

Susan Curtin Artist & Teacher

Susan Curtin

Artist, Teacher and Business Owner

Susan is passionate about her art practice and teaching others to find their creative talents. Whether you are an adult or child, the importance of play, exploration and discovery is encouraged in order to learn and retain essential individual skills in the creative process. She brings a wealth of teaching experience to The Art Hub from Early Childhood through to adult education using a “no fail” approach. Teaching subjects across the curriculum, with long periods in Special Education, teaching English and as a sign language interpreter, Susan holds firm in the belief that we all possess untapped potential.
As an intuitive artist, Susan responds emotively to elements in nature and personal experiences to represent lasting visual impressions. After being involved in painting and drawing from an early age, she returned to the art world in 2015 to pursue her lifelong passion for painting full time after retiring from teaching. 
Imprinted memories inspire the creation of each painting and relate to special places, people and events through a close connection with nature. A variety of found and recycled mark making tools are utilised, alongside traditional brushes and palette knives, to recreate patterns in nature and manipulate images spontaneously.  With an emphasis on the interplay of light, colours, shapes and lines, these are laid down in layers, using a process of washes and marks in acrylics, inks and oil pastels, together with other mixed media. Painting en plein air is an important part of her art practice.
Whilst working predominately in abstract, Susan also paints impressionist and traditional portraits, landscapes and still life in oils, acrylics and mixed media.

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