The Harleston and Waveney Valley Art Trail returns for autumn
- Credit: Paul Zawadzki/The Old Harnessmakers Gallery/Ingrid Duffy
After the success of their Summer Art Trail in June this year, The Harleston and Waveney Art Trail have come back together for an autumn event this September.
Throughout the Waveney Valley, artists will open their studios to the public, bringing a community of art lovers together to purchase and support local talent.
The Trail, which is set to host 14 studios, will open for three consecutive weekends from September 4 - 19. Work on display will include contemporary and traditional landscape painting, abstract painting and drawing, printmaking and figurative sculpture.
The Old Harnessmakers Gallery in Harleston will accompany the trail with an exhibition on 27 August - 26 September.
Harleston and Waveney Art Trail chairman Malcolm Cudmore, said: “After such a long period of very little social interaction, there really does seem to be a renewed public appetite for all things artistic and we're glad that we can, once again, offer a unique visitor experience to residents and visitors to the Waveney Valley.
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“The artists opening their studios will still be operating a covid safe policy and visitors are assured of a safe,
relaxing time browsing and talking art with our members. We look forward to seeing you on the Trail in
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