Blue Mountains Arts Trail

Blue Mountains Arts Trail | 12-Mar-2017
Yes, the Blue Mountains Arts Trails are on again in 2017! The first arts trail for 2017 will be a Lower Mountains Arts Trail from Glenbrook to Faulconbridge. These are free events giving you the opportunity to meet artists in their studios, where creativity and inspiration flourish. It is a time to see first-hand the environment, tools and materials needed to make works of art.
Some of the artists on this trail: Christine Hyde, Steve Campbell, April Keogh, Kim Heath.
These are free events giving you the opportunity to meet artists in their studios, where creativity and inspiration flourish. It is a time to see first-hand the environment, tools and materials needed to make works of art.

An artist is a person of creativity and unquestionable talent working in a medium they love. The trail has artists with expertise in ceramics, mosaics, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, woodwork and more.

While the art will be for sale there is no obligation to buy. It is a chance to talk to the artists and find out what the art is about, or simply just take in the atmosphere. Many of the artists will do commission pieces for you, so if you like their style, tell them your ideas and they may be able to create it for you.

The mountains have many talented artists and this is an excellent way for artists and art lovers to meet in the most personal of settings. So, explore the beautiful Blue Mountains by following the trail of creativity.

Set your own pace for a leisurely and inspirational weekend. You can plan your weekend by going to the website. Here you can read about the artists and use the online map to guide you.

Hope to see you on the trail!

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