The Bouddi Arts Trail will will be held on the Saturday to Sunday of the long weekend, October 3 and 4, from 9am to 4pm.
Twelve local artists and artisans will open their studios and workshops to showcase a diverse range of works to visitors.
These works include paintings in a variety of mediums and genres, silver jewellery, ceramics, canvas and leather goods, photography and recycled timber boats and whales.
All studios are located along a route that aims to give visitors views of the beach, bay and bush along the way.
The trail starts from Killcare Heights, proceeds into Hardys Bay, and then through Pretty Beach to Wagstaffe.
The Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail is a unique way to view artworks and purchase them directly from the artist.
|1||Anita Riemann||Handmade silver jewellery||63 Manly View Rd,|
|2||Lisa Sanasi||Ceramics||5 Beach Drive, Killcare|
7 Beach Drive, Killcare
|4||Cate & Lyn|
9 Hawke Head Dr, Hardys Bay
48 Fraser Rd, Hardys Bay
|Works with and|
|66 Araluen Drive|
|7||Alan Stott||Unique functional|
leather & canvas
118 Araluen Drive, Hardys Bay
|8||Kerrie Pentecost||Oils & acrylics||153 Heath Rd,|
|9||Leah Bennetts||Printmaker &|
|17 Como Parade,|
|9||David Boyle||Ceramics||17 Como Parade, Pretty Beach|
|10||Terry Baker||Driftwood & found|
objects, boats &
|Pretty Beach Gallery.|
38 Pretty Beach Rd,
|The Wharf Gallery,|
48 Wagstaffe Ave, Wagstaffe
|12||Karen Adler||Photography &|
|6 Albert Street, Wagstaffe|
Each studio will be observing coronavirus health restrictions, with a red flag flying in front of each for visibility.
Source: Jean Scott, Bouddi Art Society & interviews by CCN
This is a CCN Digitally Enhanced Article – programming by David Abrahams