Set aside time next weekend, November 9 and 10, to take in the amazing creativity that is showcased in the Arcadian Artists’ Trail.
The work of 50 acclaimed artists will be on show and for sale and for the third year Warrah at Dural will be involved. The disability organisation provides services to adults and children and runs a very successful fine arts program.
This year Warrah artists will exhibit their works at ‘The Stable’ Studio of Diana Booth at 2 Laurie Road, Dural alongside five other artists.
Warrah’s Executive Manager Disability Services, David Forfar said: “Warrah’s artworks show how the therapeutic benefit of art can enrich the lives of adults and children with disability.”
The eight studios along the Trail will be open from 9am to 5pm on both Saturday November 9 and Sunday November 10 with artistic demonstrations held at various times including ceramicists to woodworkers, jewellers, sculptors and textile artists.
Works will be available to purchase.
The open studios are:
• DURAL: Diana’s Booth’s Studio, The Stable at 2 Laurie Rd, Dural. The Arthouse Pavilion “Shyihli” at 25 Muraban Rd Dural
• GALSTON: Ulric Steiner Studio, 38 Calderwood Rd, Galston and Pine Valley Studio at 6 Pine Valley Rd, Galston.
• ARCADIA: Kathleen Berne’s studio at Bloodwood Rd will be open and Sandra’s Ceramics Studio at 10 Nollands Rd, Arcadia.
• BERRILEE: Eastbourne Art at 12 Charltons Creek Rd, Berrilee will be open along with new venue to the Arcadian Artists Trail, Studio Coomeallah at 19 Charleston’s Creek Rd.
You can collect an informative brochure from the Dural Information Centre, Bendigo Bank in Galston and at most local shops and restaurants in the Galston/Dural/Arcadia area or visit www.arcadianartists.com.au