Artists’ opening their studios
by James Poyner
18th November 2018
Photo: Sandi Miller
Pictured: Syd and Ona in their Bend of Islands studio
The last weekend for Nillumbik Artists Open Studio is fast approaching, with November 24/25 – your last chance to take a sneak peak at local artists creative spaces.
For more than 30 years, the Open Studio program connects art lovers to artists by inviting the public into their studios.
“Nillumbik Artists Open Studios showcases diverse visual arts practices from painting, photography and printmaking to ceramics, sculpture, textiles and glass.
“There is something for everyone,” said Nillumbik Mayor Peter Clarke.
With six new artists added to the Open Studio bill, both locals and tourists will be spoilt for choice with 27 different artists across nearly a dozen artistic mediums.
Of local interest is Open Studios newcomer Deborah Halpern, known for the Angel on Birrarung Mar and the Queen of the Shire which used to greet cars and pedestrians as they crossed Warrandyte Bridge.
Visit the Nillumbik Open Studio website to download a program.