220 Kensington High St, London, W8 7RG

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Tel. 020 7937 6506

About Kensington

We continue to operate using measures to ensure the safety of our colleagues and customers. These measures are explained here.

Our Kensington store is only 50 metres from the Design Museum, with its nearest tube station being High Street Kensington. A ten-minute walk from Kensington Olympia.

Cass Art is the UK’s leading art materials supplier  providing  the world’s best brands at a guaranteed lowest prices. Ranging from student to artists’ quality products also check out our Kid's Art & Activity section downstairs.

Our staff are all artists so that we can provide friendly, expert advice on all your creative projects and ask us about our creative workshops too.

Our shop is wheelchair accessible on the ground floor only.


Opening Hours

Monday: 10:00 - 19:00
Tuesday: 10:00 - 19:00
Wednesday: 10:00 - 19:00
Thursday: 10:00 - 19:00
Friday: 10:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 19:00
Sunday: 11:00 - 18:00

Kensington Team

  • Tara


  • Alejandro


  • Tami


  • Titas



Portals is a series of eight acrylic/oil paintings and handmade objects that enquire about ideas of time-space and progress, informed by pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican thought, western notions of time and...

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Create Your Own Kaleidoscope
Create Your Own Kaleidoscope

Friday 10th June

A fun way to discover the world of paper art. Children will learn to make their own paper kaleidoscope in bringing their chosen patterns and colours to life. Child friendly scissors, simple paper...

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Paint with Scissors
Paint with Scissors

Friday 17th June

Henri Matisse discovered the sense of freedom when he decided to use scissors in his painting practice. One of his most famous painting is a paper collage, The Snail, which can be seen as part of the...

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Colour Study Workshop
Colour Study Workshop

Friday 24th June

A simple ‘Color Study’ has become the most recognisable art by Wassily Kandinsky - a famous abstract painter from the early 20th century. Reimagining this painting in size A4 will allow...

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Masa Iida is a Zen Abstract painter from Yokohama, Japan living and working in London. In 1996 he moved to London to pursue his music career as a singer/songwriter. However in 2015 he started...

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This Drawing Fundamentals workshop aims to develop your perceptual abilities by exploring a range of drawing means and methods in a friendly and relaxed environment. The varied exercises aim to...

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Introduction to Sumi-e (Japanese ink) painting. The Japanese term “sumi” means “black ink”, “e” means “painting” This way of painting was introduced...

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In loose watercolour classes you will learn to paint the idea of an object, to show the essence, the impression (not the semblance), to do with a less, You will paint every day simple objects from...

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Learn the fundamental elements of oil painting, and discover a range of techniques in these fun and relaxed workshops. Using reference photographs you will learn how to begin and develop an oil...

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