Enriching the lives of people with disabilities

Conquest Art works to inspire people living with disability or long term health issues to discover their creative energy and build self-confidence through art.

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Where disability meets creativity

Working at their own pace in supportive groups, our members find both relaxation and fresh stimulus, along with the opportunity to make new friends.

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Art is therapy

Hundreds of people have benefitted from the work of Conquest Art over the years, but without volunteers the Charity would not exist.

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Overcome adversity through art

Your support would ensure that Conquest Art can continue to make a difference to people’s lives.

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Enabling people to express their imagination

We believe that there is a need for our work in the community and therefore we are committed to a programme of development and growth. Would you join us?

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Everyone has a creative spark within them

We are proud to show our members’ talent and achievements in our Gallery which are available to purchase.

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Find Your Creativity

We believe that everyone has a creative spark within them and that this creativity can help to boost self-esteem, bring relaxation and satisfaction of achievement. However you choose to become involved with us, you will enjoy a rewarding experience, and find something inspiring. Your creativity and imagination.

What we do

We aim to help people who live with disability or long term illness by providing Conquest Art groups around the country and encouraging many more people to come and join us.


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Anyone over 16 whose life is narrowed by disabling health issues is welcome to join our groups – no artistic talent or experience is necessary and all materials are provided.

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Get involved

Volunteers make our groups happen.  So just a few hours a week could make a real difference to people’s lives.

Research has shown that people who do voluntary work live longer than those who don’t.

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Support us

Conquest Art receives no statutory funding and relies on the generosity of individuals, Trusts, Companies and Friends.

Your support would ensure that Conquest Art can continue to make a difference to people’s lives.

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Latest news

Visit Our stories for the latest news on our members, events, fundraising and much more.

Stoneleigh Open Afternoon

Our friendly art group meet every Monday and we are hosting our open afternoon on Monday 20th March 2017, 2:00 – 4:00pm at Stoneleigh Meth... Read more

Remembering our oldest member

Sadly we have recently lost one of our oldest and much-loved members. Arthur Miller came to Conquest Art with his wife Joy who had suffer... Read more

“Do something Different” afternoon

At the first of our “Do something different” afternoons we asked each member to choose a picture and then to try to look at the picture ... Read more

A void in the Malvern group

George Hamblin joined the Malvern group almost from its inception about 10 years ago. He came as a helper but found his hearing loss made th... Read more

Bridport Group News

The Bridport Art group began at the beginning of October 2016. We started the group surrounded by Ursula's inspiring artwork. At 11am eight ... Read more

Australia Day!

After visiting the Royal Academy of Arts Australian Exhibition last year, Jeananne (volunteer) persuaded me to buy the book for our art grou... Read more

Our Gallery

View Our gallery to purchase members' paintings, scarves and cards on sale.