The Silverdale and Arnside Art and Craft Trail is back for its 15th year. This free annual event is hosted by the neighbouring villages of Silverdale in Lancashire and Arnside in Cumbria and this year runs from Friday June 28- Sunday June 30. Set against the stunning landscape of the Arnside & Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Trail is a feast of art and nature, bringing together an exciting mix of artists, makers and musicians, to welcome trail goers into their studios and exhibitions. Award winning creators include this year’s ‘Best Designer Makers in Cumbria’; Miles-Moore Ceramics, resident artist Tracy Levine and porcelain and print artist Jan Huntley Peace, exhibiting alongside well-known local artists, traditional crafters and community art groups. For music lovers there are plenty of soundscapes to explore too, with a full weekend of local and internationally acclaimed musicians, including singer-songwriter Clive Gregson and Blues King, John Verity. This year’s Trail has 28 venues and over 70 exhibitors. There are painters, potters, sculptors, photographers, jewellers, metal workers, textile and paper artists and more. Look out for some new exhibitors, like Becky of Picking Posies with her fragrant floral installations and the spontaneous improvisation of the… Read full this story
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