Mark December 4-5 in your diary for the return of one of our local area’s much-loved cultural events!

Now in its 9th year, the Greenwich Village Arts Trail is an amazing community event that showcases local artists in the idyllic harbourside suburb of Greenwich. The Open Studio event is a rare opportunity for visitors to meet and chat with artists in their work environment, learn about art and purchase directly from them.

Above: Nicola Hart Ceramics & Contemporary Paintings. Nicola is inspired by the organic shapes in nature, and creates delicate hand built ceramics and figurative paintings that reflect her love of
botanical themes and the landscape. Visit Nicola at studio #1 on the trail map

A variety of artists will be displaying their work across 24 sites – from well-established professionals who have been hung in prestigious galleries and won many prizes, to highly skilled hobbyists working for decades alongside their successful business careers, to talented newcomers presenting their art for the very first time. On display, and for sale, will be oil, acrylic and watercolour paintings, pastel and ink drawings, children’s book illustrations, bronze, ceramic and wooden sculptures, pottery, jewellery, textiles and photographs from a range of artists, .

The Arts Trail is a fantastic day out for families, with cafes and picnic spots available throughout the harbourside suburb. You can catch the free hop-on-hop-off shuttle bus from one end of Greenwich to the other, or follow the suggested walking trail on the map. Studios are easy to spot by the orange flags out the front. There is plenty of parking in the streets, or catch the ferry, train or bus.


Above: David Brayshaw Studio #2 Contemporary Coastal Paintings. Painting the Great Barrier Reef and Australian coast for over 30 years. David has exhibited internationally and is in collections including the Art Bank Australia.

Pick up a map from the local Greenwich shops, or online – go to the website, FB or Insta page to see more about the artists and find a map.

Visitors are also requested to follow social distancing measures on the Trail, both inside and outside. Sanitiser will be available, and masks and double vaccinations are required.

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