This event, organised by the Bright Spring Festival Committee,

encourages locals and visitors to explore our wonderful art culture

within the Alpine Shire.

 

Open gardens and local businesses have opened their doors

to our local artists, offering them a blank canvas to feature their artworks.     

 

Bright & District have many and varied artists within our community,

some well-known and others hidden away.

Many local artists are showcasing their new creations

especially during the Bright Spring Festival. 

 

Some artists have joined open gardens to offer a double viewing experience.

 

 

Venues

Artists

 

In 2019, the Spring Art Walk features the following local artists:

Alicia Marshall - original botanical illustration

Angela Bradbury - textile artist

Annemarie Wiegerinck - oil paintings

Annie Longmuir - fibre artist

Dianne Mackenzie - fibre artist

Frances Worsnop-Solosy - paintings

Francesca Whyte - photography

Gil Stark - designer/maker

Ian McKinnon - waving artist

Jean-Pierre Ronco - photography

Jo Botting - jewellery artist

Mandy Munro - textile artist

Michael Whipps - steel sculpture work

Sally Hall - opal jewellery

Sarah Williamson - fused glass garden art

Simon Pankhurst - sculptures

Steve Berry - photographic images on Canvas

Steve Brown - steel sculptures, hand made light fittings, hand made furniture, assorted hand forged implements

Tony Thornhill-Cole - paintings

The 2019 Bright Spring Festival was proudly sponsored by

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