Prudhoe’s first ever art trail takes place between 13th – 20th July. 18 venues along Front Street are hosting a local artist. Come and walk the trail, admire the art, discover Prudhoe’s shops and relax in the cafes and coffee houses.
Guides to the trail are available from Spetchells Centre and all participating shops. The venue map can be downloaded here.
There are a number of special events during the week to sign up for:
Artists talk about their work:
Matthew Ellwood on painting towers at Caffe Ginevra on Wed 17th at 7.30pm
Rena Holford on making glass work at Elizabeth Evans Opticians on Fri 19th at 7.30pm
Both events £3 includes glass of fizz or soft drink
Artists guided walks:
Mon 2.30pm with John Ross
Tues 10.30am with Cathy Duncan
Wed 10.30 am with Denise Kemp
Thurs 10.30am with Carol Davison
The Trail Boot Camp is open each day between 10am and 4pm for information, feedback and sales at Paul Stangroom Fine Art
Artists selected to exhibit this year are, in alphabetical order
Yvonne Bentley, Gillian Cross, Laura Daly, Carole Davison, Emma Dickinson, Roger Dobson, Cathy Duncan, Matthew Ellwood, Kathy Geater, Sarah Greaves, Jo-Ann Harrison, Rena Holford, Denise Kemp, Maurice McNicholas, Jackie Millar, Josie Nichol, Claudia Quayle, John Ross, Sheila Smith, Paul Stangroom, Carole Thirlaway, William Thompson, Trish Turnbull, Chantelle Wilson.
You will find art where ever you see the boot sign. Shops exhibiting are, in alphabetical order :
Balls of Prudhoe, Bed and Chair Centre, Cafe Ginevra, Corner Cafe, Crafters Emporium, Debbie Young Photography, Elizabeth Evans Opticians, G&S Electricals, Gilmore Estates, Greggs, Heritage Accountancy, John’s Hairdressers, Just Tanning, No 22 Cafe, Paul Stangroom Fine Art, Prudhoe Library, Prudhoe Vapes, Yellow Estate Agency,
Prudhoe Art Trail is supported by Great Northumberland and Karbon Homes and managed by PCP in partnership with Paul Stangroom Fine Art.