Harleston & Waveney Art Trail - open studios
An Art Trail in the picturesque Waveney Valley will return to its regular Spring slot this May.
Harleston & Waveney Art Trail will take place throughout the valley that forms the border between Norfolk and Suffolk.
Eighteen artists will open their studio doors to visitors across the weekends of 21st – 22nd and 28th – 29th May.
It’s the perfect opportunity for locals and visitors alike to explore how and where artists work in the stunning landscapes of south Norfolk and north Suffolk.
The free event features a range of artworks including contemporary and traditional paintings, abstract work, batik, mixed media, ceramics, lino prints, drawings, collage, textiles, wire sculptures plus greetings cards and prints made from the artists’ original artwork.
The artists participating in the Trail are Kath Wallace, Lisa Henshall, Caryl Challis, Rachel Wiles, Bobbie Watchorn, Noelle Francis, Barbara Bernard, Sara Johnson, Di Mckenna, Malcolm Cudmore, Paul Zawadzki, Liz Taunt, Lin Patterson, Ingrid Duffy, Nell Close, Nicci Dedman, Rosemary Elliott and Chris Mound.
The artist’s studios are dotted around the valley – in Harleston, Redenhall, Denton, Earsham, Ditchingham, Hedenham, Bungay, St Cross South Elmham, Homersfield, Wortwell, Weybread, Wingfield and Syleham.
The event is sponsored by Durrants Estate Agents and supported by The Imperial Wine Company, Bungay and The Old Kings Head, Brockdish.
The 2022 art trail leaflet will be available from locations across the region as well as in every branch of Durrants, at The Imperial Wine Company and The Old Kings Head.
A fully interactive Google Map of the Trail will be available through the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail website. Anyone with a smart phone will be able to obtain accurate directions to any studio from any location. Precise locations will also be given through the What Three Words app.
For more information visit www.hwat.org.uk
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