THE 35-member Peninsula Studio Trail is getting longer with the addition of several new members who will be opening their studios to the public later this month.
This year’s two weekends of open days follow the annual exhibition at Mornington last month (September) by PST artists.
Now operating for 14 years, the artist-run PST is a not-for-profit organisation supporting and promoting the work of artists living and working on the Mornington Peninsula.
New additions to the group include photographer Nathan “Natti” Miller, of Rye; previous Archibald Prize finalist and Salon De Refuse winner and winner of People’s Choice in this year’s PST annual exhibition, Barbara Tyson; and Pearcedale painter and creator Merran Berry.
Berry’s work includes what are described as “very weird and wonderful sculptures” and paintings which often address women’s issues and personal relationships.
The studio open days enable the public to see the artists at work and buy their creations.
PST studios will open on the weekends of 18 to 19 November and 25 and 26 November.
For details (including a map) go to the events page at: peninsulastudiotrailinc.org