On the trail for art

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Creative feats: Multi-faceted artists Lorna Gerard of Mt Eliza is part of the Peninsula Studio Trail. Picture: Yanni

Creative feats: Multi-faceted artists Lorna Gerard of Mt Eliza is part of the Peninsula Studio Trail. Picture: Yanni

ART lovers or anyone looking for a unique Christmas gift can enjoy two consecutive weekends of creative expression when 18 artists showcase their work for the Peninsula Studio Trail.

About 20 artists from Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula will display their artwork, covering a range of mediums including painting, sculpture, textiles, ceramics, jewellery and printmaking.

Some artists will demonstrate their techniques and take questions from visitors.

One of the artists participating in the event, Mt Eliza author and publisher, designer, silk painter, printmaker, card designer and teacher Lorna Gerard, said the event was a wonderful opportunity for residents and visitors to the Mornington Peninsula to meet artists as they work in their studios.

The Peninsula Studio Trail will run on November 12-13 and 19-20, 10am-5pm.

Visitors can plan their studio visits by downloading a map of studio locations.

For information on the artists involved and to download a map of studio locations, see peninsulastudiotrail.org online, email info@peninsulastudiotrail.org or call Bryan Baldwin on 0417 120 323.

Regular updates about the Peninsula Studio Trail are also available at the Facebook page.

First published in the Mornington News – 25 October 2016

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