Artist Trails

2018 Artist Trails

Trails are another way in which artists collaborate to enhance visitor experience. Here the artists will open their own studios for the same weekend/s and provide easy to follow maps so that visitors can move comfortably from one artist to the next.

If you want to visit one particular area then following the trail will give you the opportunity to visit the maximum number of artists in one day.

Trails include:

Artists Around Framlingham

The ‘Artists Around Framlingham’ Trail is an eight-mile drive through beautiful, rural Suffolk that takes in five artists and the historic market town of Framlingham, along with various excellent watering holes along the way. It can be approached from the A12 (B1119) or from the direction of Stowmarket on the A1120.

Approaching Earl Soham from the A1120 you will find landscape and portrait painter Allan Williams in an old Mill and Clare Gaylard flameworking glass in a re-purposed barn. Suffolk landscape painter Honor Surie’s studio is a short walk from Framlingham Castle on the B1120. Heading out of Framlingham on the B1119 towards Bruisyard you will find wildlife artist (oil paintings) Becky Munting’s studio, and chairmaker Jim Parson’s workshop in Cransford.

 

 

Felixstowe

For your delight, Felixstowe art trail 2018 offers you glass art, ceramics, pine needle weaving and mixed media painting and photography.
You will be welcome to chat to the artists about their work and explore their studios with pieces on display.
There will be some demonstrations for you to see during your visit.
There are plenty of places for refreshment as you travel along the trail and car parking at or near to the artists’ studios. We look forward to welcoming you.
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