Tamborine Mountain Hosts Open Studios Trail On Mother’s Day Weekend

Susan Lhamo - Water element - Chasing summer
Susan Lhamo – Water element – Chasing summer

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

Emma Dusting
Emma Dusting
Fae Fluer
Fae Fluer
Ian Milton
Ian Milton