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South Northamptonshire Arts

Date: October 6th-00:00

2018 is the sixth year of the South Northants Art Trail, and the biggest yet with nearly 70 artists taking part, exhibiting in 20 venues.

The Trail was established by Sue and John Rudland and a core of founding artists with the aim of connecting artists in the South Northants area with art lovers and collectors. 

The Art Trail offers everyone the opportunity to meet artists and makers, to learn first-hand about how their work is created, and to buy directly from the artist.

This year you’ll find art-forms as diverse as ceramics, abstract and figurative painting, polymer clay, sculpture, textile art and weaving, photography, wood turning and carving, fused and stained glass, jewellery, mixed media, printmaking and more.

You’ll also find that many of the artists taking part are demonstrating their skills and sharing their inspirations, making the Art Trail as much about the creative processes as it is about the exhibitions.

All the exhibitions are free to enter, and some of the artists will also be offering ‘have a go’ sessions too – you may have to book your session in advance for these.

 Find out more. 

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