Visit Tamborine Mountain over Mother’s Day weekend (May 13-14th) and follow
the Open Studios Trail to meet talented Tamborine Mountain artists in their own
creative space and environment. Treat your Mother to a unique artwork and
experience on the Open Studios Art Trail on Tamborine Mountain.
Art enthusiasts and collectors can enjoy a rare opportunity to see behind the
scenes, meet and directly support local makers.
The 2023 Open Studios trail weekend, coordinated by Tamborine Mountain Arts,
invites the public to a unique opportunity to visit artists in their studios. Arts
represented this year include original ceramics, painting, drawing, glass, mixed
media, print, sculpture, textiles, jewellery and more. A group exhibition showing
six local artists will be hosted at The ArtPost.
This is a fantastic opportunity to experience quality local artwork and purchase art
straight from the artist themselves.
For participating artists, it’s a wonderful way to connect with new audiences,
inspire young visitors, and share deeper significance of how and why they make
what they make.
Participating Artists Include:
Painters: Margaret Goldsmith, Maki Horanai, Susan Lhamo, Bronwyn Davies, Ian
Milton, Lilly Pirri, Cassi Ashton Thomas, Lynette Harvey, Nathan Hoad.
Pottery, Sculpture & Glass: Nicci Parry-Jones, Kate French-McClean, Radley
House Ceramics, Tamborine Mountain Glass Blowing.
Fibre Art & Jewelry: Bec Andersen, Wearable Arts Group, Emma Dusting
Take a break during the trail at the cafes, restaurants and beautiful national parks
that Mt Tamborine offers.
Artists studio’s will be open 10-3pm Saturday May 13 and Sunday May 14.
View the Artist and locations on an interactive map, visit TamborineMountain.art