Artisans' trail to be held in Patonga
An Artisans' Trail will be held in Patonga this October long weekend.
Local artists will be exhibiting and selling their works at two locations on Bay St.
The Patonga Progress Hall will be a gallery for painters Ms Armstrong, Ms Julia Tuke, Ms Karen McPhee and Ms Pim Sarti.
Avoca artist Mr Mike Rubbo will be showing drawings from his Cornish coast walk earlier this year in his book, Travels with My Art.
Ceramicists Ms Annette Heidrich and Ms Lisa Sanasi will show a large variety of works, both practical and aesthetically beautiful; and Ms Sheelagh Noonan has a new collection of handcrafted sterling silver, pearl and gem jewellery, with original designs.
Also exhibiting in the 24/7 Gallery on Bay St is Ms Naomi Veitch of envyartworkz.
"The beautiful fishing village of Patonga, at the entrance to the Hawkesbury River, has long been a hub for artists and creatives," said local painter Ms Chrissy Armstrong.
"Jocelyn Maughan and the late Robin Norling's Gallery attracts admirers from far and near," she added.
Media release, 12 Sep 2017
Sheelagh Noonan, Patonga Artisans Trail
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