Artistic creativity celebrated as popular trail returns to Waveney
- Credit: Archant
An art collective is set to open its studios and workshops to the public in an annual celebration of creativity.
The Harleston and Waveney Art Trail (HWAT) be open at various venues across the Waveney Valley for the next two weekends, May 19 to 20 and 26 to 28.
Chairman of HWAT Malcolm Cudmore said: 'Getting prepared for the Trail each year is always exciting. Some things seem the same but there is always change.
'Each artist's work develops over time and it is great to see new themes emerge.
'Constantly evolving this year's Trail promises to be something for all tastes and artistic interests. Come and join us.'
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Visitors will be able to see the artists at work and purchase work direct from the studios.
All studios will be open from 11am until 6pm.
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Artist Chris Mound said: 'Opening my studio to the public to the public is daunting but fun. It is a good opportunity to get firsthand feedback on my work.'
For more information and full listings visit www.hwat.org.uk