MORE than 20 studios and galleries will showcase ceramics, glassworks, work, textiles, jewelry and blended media works for the annual Queanbeyan-Palerang Arts Path, which returns to Braidwood, Bungendore and Queanbeyan over three weekends in October.
“The Arts Path is a implausible alternative to attach with our group and rejoice our native artists and makers,” says Mayor Kenrick Winchester.
“The main target can be on Braidwood on October 1-2; Bungendore, October 8-9 and Queanbeyan on October 15-16.”
QPRC staff chief for Tradition and Arts Janita Byrne says the path is a novel alternative to satisfy artists of their areas and see the place items are developed from idea to accomplished work.
“We wish to use this occasion to showcase the excessive calibre of artists in our area and encourage our group and guests alike to discover all that Queanbeyan-Palerang has to supply,” she says.
This yr artists, crafters and followers of the path, are inspired to take part in a collaborative paintings entitled “Bloom”.
“Blooms of all shapes, sizes and supplies will develop into a part of a rising short-term paintings in Braidwood’s Ryrie Park and by the Queanbeyan River close to Ray Morton Park, throughout their respective path weekends,” says Janita.
The paintings can be fashioned with pre-made flowers in addition to these made at drop-in paper flower making actions situated at every web site in the course of the Arts Path.
Discover out extra about Arts Path members at treasuretrail.com.au/arts
Braidwood Arts Path places, October 1-2
- Studio Altenburg
- Braidwood Clayworks
- Artworx by Julie
- The Braidwood Mens Shed
- Braidwood Regional Arts Group
- Around the Bend Studio
- Lea Durie – Mud Dept.
- Fyre Gallery
- Jennifer Boyes – Artist & Writer
Bungendore Arts Path places, October 8-9
- Suki & Hugh Gallery
- Bungendore Wooden Works Gallery
- Denison Cottage Antiques + Artwork
- X Gallery
- Bungendore Positive Artwork Gallery
Queanbeyan Arts Path places, October 15-16
- The Queanbeyan Hive
- Nullarbor Nights Knitwear
- The Queanbeyan Markets
- John Pierre Favre Exhibition
- Artwork by Anders
- Queanbeyan Artwork Society
- Archbold Design
- Bunker Arts Studio
- Sculpture Studio
- Cheryl Hodges Botanical Artwork
- Rusten Home Artwork Centre
- Matthew Curtis & Harriet Schwarzrock
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