Bouddi Artists left to right: Terry Baker + dog Bindi, Leanne Koppen, Liana Zverina, Leah Bennetts, David Boyle, Steve Thompson, Lisa Sanasi, Alan Stott, Karin Krebs, Berengere de Tarle, Kathryn Moore, Karen Alder, Magnus McManamey.
November 30, 2021
The Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail is returning again this year, though not in its usual time slot. Due to COVID restrictions the Arts Trail was rescheduled from the October Long Weekend to December 4th & 5th, 2021.
Art fans will have the opportunity to meet local artists and artisans and learn about their work and artistic processes when they open their studios and workshops to welcome visitors over the weekend.
The Arts Trail first began back in the mid 1980’s with around 5 artists and over the years has waxed and waned but according to some of the original participating artists it comes back stronger each time. This year is by far the biggest with 29 individual artists showing their work out of 24 venues from Killcare Heights through to Wagstaffe. There are many newcomers this year adding to the already diverse offering with woodworkers, sculptors, ceramicists, jewellery makers, printmakers and painters set to take part.
The Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail is a unique way in which to view and have the opportunity to purchase affordable artworks whilst directly supporting our local artists.
Anyone out and about following the trail need simply look for a red flag as each artist will be flying one over the weekend.