Thank you to everyone who visited the 13 venues on the trail this year. It was a busy few weekends for our artists who really enjoyed sharing their art work, studios, homes and gardens with you all.
If you want to see more from a particular artist you can visit their website, links provided below. Don’t forget the flyer is still available to download here and has all of the participating artists contact details.
Here are a few snaps of the trail. Mouse over the images in the slideshow to show the pause and skip buttons.
It’s not long until the last few days of the Caversham Arts Trail 2013. We open again on Friday 17th May to 19th May from 11am to 5pm. We were delighted to welcome so many members of the public to the trail last weekend. It was great to see old friends and supporters plus many visitors who were new to the trail.
Entry to all venues is free. You can download a map of the trail here. Also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
We are busy preparing to open our studio doors on 11th May for the first weekend of the Caversham Arts Trail. The trail will take place on 11th, 12th and 17th -19th May with all venues opening from 11am – 5pm. We hope you’ll join us to enjoy a wide variety of original contemporary art produced by local artists.
This year the trail takes place in thirteen venues across Caversham with 29 artists taking part, 8 of those are new to our trail.
The trail gives you the opportunity to meet the artists in their own studios and learn about the techniques they use to create their art. All art work on show can be purchased directly from the exhibitors. During the trail you can expect to see ceramics, painting, collage, stained glass, knitted textiles, prints, découpage, jewellery, sculpture and batik.
There will also be a silhouette cutting workshop run by Charles Burns, and a variety of demonstrations including Tai Chi by Debbie Page, silversmithing by Matt Hitch and Chinese brush painting by Jean Turton. Lauren Denney will be demonstrating ceramics and Robin Thomas will run a poetry open-mike session. Refreshments including home-made cake will be available at some venues. See the map for full details.
Here is a taster from all of the exhibitors taking part in the trail this year.
The fourth Caversham Arts Trail will be held on 11–12th and 17–19th May 2013. Admission is free and all venues are open from 11am–5pm. Download a full colour flyer here.
The Trail will take place in thirteen venues across Caversham with 29 artists taking part. This year there will be eight new artists and three new venues.
Work will include ceramics, painting, collage, stained glass, knitted textiles, prints, découpage, jewellery, sculpture and batik. The Trail gives members of the public the opportunity to meet the artists in their own studios and learn about their techniques (at the same time as having a snoop around people’s homes and gardens!) and buy work directly from them.
There will also be a silhouette cutting workshop run by Charles Burns, and a variety of demonstrations including tai chi by Debbie Page, silversmithing by Matt Hitch, Chinese brush painting by Jean Turton , slip casting and hand building ceramics by Lauren Denney and poetry open-mike sessions with Robin Thomas. Last but not least refreshments (including home-made cake) will be available at some venues.
Here is a little preview of the exhibitors taking part this year. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter and join our mailing list to be kept up to date.
We are very pleased to have four lovely sponsors this year, Art on the Street, Maple Quay, Silver Street Studios and The Head Partnership.