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The Ku-ring-gai Artists Trail is an expansion of the Turramurra Artisans trail established in 2014.

The fourth annual event will take place on the weekend of the 25th and 26th of November 2017, from 10am to 4pm and feature the participation of 25 talented local artists.

The trail has been expanded to 5 unique residential venues through North and South Turramurra, St Ives & Pymble, where event-goers can view and purchase one of a kind
fine art and unique quality crafts.

At each venue, you will meet 5 artists and discover a diverse selection of locally designed and handcrafted works including fine & digital art, functional and decorative ceramics, handmade silver, resin, sea glass and fashion jewellery, sculpture, homewares, woodwork, vintage clothing, felted garments, children's fun items, hand sewn puppets, mosaics, forged metal and much more.

All the showcased works will be available for sale at affordable prices and there will be great Christmas gift ideas on offer also.

All are invited to enjoy this exciting weekend of creative expression. Come and meet the friendly artist community and be inspired by the craftsmanship and artistry. There will be blacksmithing demonstrations both days!


OceanMark Glass, 230 Bobbin Head Rd. North Turramurra

  • OceanMark Glass - Decorative and functional kiln-formed glassware and a range of jewellery in glass and other mediums.

  • Urban Ledge - Brad Breen from Urban Ledge is a maker of Australian handcrafted timber products for the home.

  • Aloush & Tati - A team of two designers working under the brand of Aloush & Tati specialising in one-of-a-kind hand felted designs and eco printed textiles.

  • Waters Edge Seaglass by Peggy Havukainen.

  • Maria-Alice Passos - Creating unique sculpture in the human form from ceramics and aggregate.

    jagceramics, 56 Spurwood Road, Turramurra

  • Jag ceramics by Jennifer Gordon - functional and decorative ceramics in a range of styles from Majolica to Stoneware and Raku.

  • The Twin Thing - A wide variety of hand-made fabric toys, games & accessories for children.

  • John Evans - Woodturner specialising in a unique range of cutlery items, fine writing instruments, and wooden gift items made from Australian timbers.

  • Melanie Galloway - Hand-sewn puppets to delight both young and old.

  • Skimmy - Handmade clothing and accessories with a vintage feel.

    Rosie Tainsh Studio, 11 Booralong Road, Pymble

  • Rosie Tainsh - Painter and printmaker taking inspiration from the natural environment.

  • Jo Langley - Digital folk artist.

  • Phil Thorgesen - Watercolour painter taking an informal approach to a traditional medium.

  • Shannah Gray 'The Gray Flamingo' - Fine jewellery artist.

  • Wendy McReady - Small, figurative sculpture for home or garden.

    Greg Cregan Ceramics, 46 Kissing Point Rd. South Turramurra

  • Greg Cregan - Studio potter specialising in one-off saggar-fired pieces.

  • Wendy Walker - Funky jewellery in a range of mediums.

  • Ina Burt & Roslyn Shillito - Watercolour artist with a focus on botanical subjects; pastel, watercolour, acrylic and mixed media artist.

  • Marian Shapiro - Mosaic artist using traditional technique to create contemporary pieces.

  • Art by Degrees - Traditional blacksmith Wayne Wagstaff.

    NEW: Cathy Shugg Fine Art, 20 Carbeen Ave, St Ives

  • Cathy Shugg - Celebrated, contemporary fine artist.

  • Stephanie Elizabeth Art - Known for her vibrant watercolour animals splashed and dripping in personality!

  • Michelle Clark - synergem Jewellery Design (fine gems and precious metals).

  • Helen Leete - Renowned outdoor metal sculptor.

  • Rachel Dreyfus - Ceramist creating primarily wheel-based, functional ware and vessel forms.

    All are welcome to attend this event and entry is FREE.

    For a sneak peek at what's on offer and to download trail maps, please visit the official website or Facebook profile.

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    When: 25th and 26th of November 2017, from 10am to 4pm
    Where: 5 unique residential venues through North and South Turramurra, St Ives & Pymble
    Cost: FREE Entry
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