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of Pittwater, Australia
24th and 25th
bi-annual Watermarks Open Studios event is on!
a ferry to Scotland Island and the Western Foreshores of Pittwater on
24th and 25th of September to visit 50 unique artists and watch them in
situ working across six studios and five art spaces.
celebrated painters, sculptors, printmakers, iconographers, ceramic and
glass artists, jewelry –makers, writers and performing artists at work.
to artists’ talks. Acclaimed Painter Juliet Holmes á Court will speak
at the community hall about her work, while on Sunday, Pittwater author
Susan Duncan, famous for her poignant memoir Salvation Creek will be
reading from her brand new first novel The Briny Café (released by
Random House in early September) and signing copies.
live musical performances, demonstrations and workshops and
exhilarating walks around the island to visit artists’ studios and art
tempting cakes, cappuccinos and savory delights from the stalls at
an original piece of art.
Park and Ride
to avoid the hassle of parking at Church Point. $25 per adult and $15
per concession / child covers a return ferry ticket and bus from
Pittwater High School plus all day parking.
for artist biographies or to buy a ticket online. Call Anne Palmer on
0410574531 for more media information and to arrange interviews and
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Michelle Ball, Gloria Bohorquez, Cheryl Byers, Carole Corrie, Nick
Creech, Jonathan Duhig, James Gardiner, Peggy Havukainen, Rouge
Hoffman, Juliet Holmes à Court, June Lahm, Dimitri Lihachov, Annette
Lodge, Jan Melville, Barry Macdonald, Heather Macorison, Hilary
Macorison, Michelle McDonald, Andrew Mills, Hannah Paine, Anne Palmer,
Kauri Palmer, Max Peet, Gwyn Perkins, Tracy Ponich, Joy Purvis, Ellie
Shore, Jan Sindel-Hand, Paul Smith, Tracy Smith, Vanessa Snaith, Rick
Tailby, Marion van den Driesschen, Jack Vaughan, David Wardman, Dianne
Watts, Martin Williams, Anne Willman, Penelope Wise
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