Arts Trail opens Local Artist Studios to the public
On the first weekend of September (2nd and 3rd), over fifteen participating artists will be opening their studios for 'Arts Trail' between the hours of 10am-4pm throughout the Lower Blue Mountains.
The Blue Mountains Arts Trail is the perfect scenario for enthusiasts to meet Artists and peruse art-works in the surroundings in which
they are made. In an age of mass production, opportunities for the public to view one-of-a-kind creations while in the artist’s own intimate space
has become precious and rare.
Thanks to the Arts Trail, viewers can take the weekend and leisurely drive from studio to studio absorbing the background that helps form the final works.
Christin St Flour– Visual artist
Ingrid Russell – Painter & visual artist
Marion Shapiro –Mosaic Artist
Stephen Travers – Painter
Alison James – Mixed-media painter, potter, printmaker
Katherine Kennedy – Multi-media artist & printmaker
Steve Campbell - Musician, painter, studio, visual artist.
Celia Featherstone – Mixed-media painter
Kim Heath -Encaustic mixed-media mosaic artist
Col Jennings – Painter & writer
Trudie Ann Moore -Encaustic mixed-media
Megan Campbell-Jubb – Painter
Marlene Jones - Mixed-media painter
Mary Greig– Visual artist
Patrick Hromas – Mixed-media, painter, watercolour, studio, visual artist