A NEW tour to art galleries and studios in the wildness of Walpole will transport guests to venues on the Southern Art & Craft Trail 2019. Get on board with Busy Blue Bus Tours + Charters on Friday 4th of October to meet artists at four venues and see the work of over ten artists.
Take the day off and travel with us to see exceptional art works on a most beautiful trail! The Southern Art & Craft Trail 2019 embraces over 86 venues and over a hundred artists exhibiting their work in a three-week period in spring on the South Coast.
This is the 17th Art Trail curated by ArtSouthWA and includes towns like Albany, Cranbrook, Denmark, Gnowangerup, Hopetoun, Kojonup, Lake Grace, Manjimup, Pemberton, Torbay and Walpole. Venues are private studios and art spaces opened up for public access, some only for the duration of the event. Artists in their habitats will be available to talk about their work, in mediums including textiles, painting, sculptures, jewelry, ceramics, photography and woodcraft.
$78 per person includes lunch and return transport Albany/Walpole/Albany
Take a road trip with Busy Blue Bus and we’ll show you to four venues in or near Walpole in one day, seeing the works of over ten artists and meeting with some. Venues on the tour include Dingo Flat Studio, the exhibition space at Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, Petrichor Gallery and the Studio of Marilyn Barrington. See works of Robyn Dale, Anne Luscombe, Penny Bird, Justine Gamblin, Harvey Heil, Marilyn Barrington. See Cryptic: Mysterious, Enigmatic by Katrina Syme; Wildern group exhibition by Tony Windberg, Luda Korczynskyj, Clive Kendrick, Jenny Kendrick, Christine Gregory and Elizabeth Edmonds. Relax, sit back and let us do the driving; lunch included.
Tour departs Friday 4th October at 8.30am from the Albany Visitor Centre and returns 4.30pm. Tickets can be purchased online at busybluebus.com.au/tours and cost $78 per person.