Sarnia Artists' Workshop is a group of people who share a common interest in the study and promotion of visual arts.

Its' members not only mentor and encourage each other, but also work together to foster the advancement of visual arts in the community.

SAW's mandate is to help members in the study of their chosen forms of visual arts and promote the appreciation of the visual arts in not only their members, but in the community as well.  Today, SAW has 100 artist members, which includes artists who work in various art forms including drawing, painting, pottery, photography, wood-turning and carving, fabric or textile art, jewelry, stained glass and fused glass.  It is a not for profit,  art organization and members take part in Workshops, Programs, Shows, Sales and many other artistic activities.

SAW collaborates with Sarnia Community Services to provide an annual Children's Waterfront Program held for one day each summer.


Membership is open to people interested in visual arts.  New members are always welcome.