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Wivenhoe Art Trail

where creatives fling open their doors and invite you to view their latest creations. From ceramics to collage, paintings to textiles, a plethora of art and craft awaits. All taking place in this characterful riverside village in Essex, which in it’s self is well worth a visit.

Wivenhoe is renowned for its creative community and the Wivenhoe Art Trail held in June is a movable feast of established favourites and emerging talent. This event offers an opportunity for you to meet the makers and see their work, often in their studios and working environments.

This is a list of participates – June 2021:

(1) Colin McAllister:
Snublic Gallery, 26 The Cross, CO7 9QL
(2) Sheena Clover:
92 Ernest Rd, CO7 9LJ
(3) Tilly de Willebois & Julie Cuthbert:
49 Manor Rd, CO7 9LN
(4) Dave Purdy:
13 De Vere Close, CO7 9AX
(5) Georgina Lorton:
Talisman House, Chapel Rd, CO7 9AZ
(6) Imy & Ali Hare, Charlotte Wells:
Admiral’s Walk, CO7 9SZ
(6) Maureen Hume, Janet Roberts & Jo Rizzato:
Admiral’s Walk, CO7 9SZ
(6) Everard Longland & Clinton Hale:
Admiral’s Walk, CO7 9SZ
(7) Teresa Cole & Beverly MacGregor:
Creek House, 56 Old Ferry Rd CO7 9SW
(8) Dave Purdy, Margie North,
Vanessa Baxter & Miranda Campbell:
Bookshop, 23 High St, CO7 9BE
(9) Annie & Elin Bielecka:
Nottage Institute, Quay, CO7 9BX
(10) Mark Osborne:
7 Brook St, CO7 9DS
(11) Jo Angell:
Riverside, The Folly, CO7 9DB
(12) Alison Stockmarr, Richard Hayward & Jane Watson:
Dockside, 30 Walter Radcliffe Rd, CO7 9FF
(13) Catherine Dodds & Lone Edwards:
5 Pearl Walk, CO7 9GS
(14) Pru Green, Janet Harker, Fiona Harman,
James Johnston, Simon Sharp, Debra Weiss:
Wivenhoe Sailing Club, Walter Radcliffe Rd, CO7 9WS
(15) Laura Fletcher:
29 Walter Radcliffe Rd, CO7 9FF
(16) Fleurs du Coeur:
Halyard House, 2 Cooks Crescent, CO7 9FJ
(17) Railway Glass Studio:
11 Business Centre, CO7 9DP
(17) Andrea Luxford Vaughan:
10 Business Centre, CO7 9DP
(17) Victoria Ward:
14-16 Business Centre, CO7 9DP
(17) Sarah Waters:
14-16 Business Centre, CO7 9DP
(17) Wivenhoe Printworks:
23/4 Business Centre, CO7 9DP
(18) Kalyani Temmink:
Paget Road Green, CO7 9DT
(19) Sara Barker:
Vikings, Anglesea Rd, CO7 9JR
(20) Wivenhoe Online Gallery:
16 Queens Rd, CO7 9JH
(21) Dantes Ceramics & Tom Dobby:
Wrawby House, 12 Park Rd, CO7 9NB
(22) Vicky Rosenthal:
42 Valley Rd, CO7 9NA
(23) Caroline Moiret:
13 The Dale, CO7 9NL
(24) Jane James:
17 The Dale, CO7 9NL

Hadleigh Art Trail

This year’s Trail in September promises to be the most exciting and engaging yet, with something to inspire everyone. Over 30 artists will present their work and creative talents to the public in venues across Hadleigh, stretching from the Hadleigh Park and Salvation Army Hub Café to St. James the Less church…and beyond! Hadleigh Art Trail is proud of its community links with a range of art clubs and community arts organisations as well as individual artists – many of whom live, work or meet in Castle Point and are showcasing a diverse mix of fine art, photography, sculpture, poetry, music and more.

Hadleigh Art Trail is artist-led and community focussed. Started in 2011, Hadleigh Art Trail has become an annual community event popular with artists, local businesses, organisations, residents and visitors.
Our partner venue Hadleigh Old Fire Station and its multi-use community space takes centre stage again this year hosting an ‘All Trail’ exhibition featuring work from each Trail artist under one roof – open 10am – 5pm daily throughout the Trail. Home to professional artists, photographers as well as heritage and community groups – HOFS is a vibrant community hub housed in this iconic building.In association with a number of local organisations and partner venues, Hadleigh Art Trail boasts a full programme of FREE events and activities for all ages including:Look out for a range of ‘happenings’ in the town centre during Trail week

Colchester Art Trails

Start the New Year with a stroll around one of the Colchester Art Trails. Discover the beautiful landscapes of the town and district. For all Colchester art trails (taking place all year round) please contact the Colchester Visitor Information Centre or VisitColchester website.

Weekend inSeptember Opening times vary for each artist, so please make sure you double check entries on the listings. If in doubt, or if you are travelling a long distance, we would advise you to contact the artist and confirm your visit. Please phone all artists who specify ‘by appointment only’ before visiting. Open studios aims to provide greater opportunity for the public to access the visual arts as well as promote the great wealth of local visual artists in Colchester and Tendring.
Colchester offers many walking and cycling art trails across the district and town centre. Why not discover some of the area’s beautiful landscapes whilst you’re visiting, or find out more about where you live, with some of our suggestions below?
The Painter’s Trail around the Dedham Vale, inspiration for John Constable, takes you through a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and uses a mixture of mainly quiet roads, cycle paths and well-surfaced tracks. The full circuit is about 69 miles and is designed to be completed in two to three days, but there is also plenty of scope for shorter rides. Be sure to take inspiration from the Haywain view at Flatford and fortify yourself with tea and cake in the many tea rooms in ‘Constable Country’.