From August 16th people in West Wales will be able to visit nearly 50 artists’ studios and other art experiences as Part Two of the Ceredigion Art Trail gets underway. Studios, exhibitions and installations will be open to the public for free all over the county.
One of the more unusual art experiences is Matthew Douglas’s new sculpture trail in the Garden Wood at Gernos Home Farm, Maesllyn, Llandysul.
“This is a tranquil 20 – 25 minute circular walk in mature broadleaf woodland,” said sculptor Matthew. “The trail is well signposted and includes a selection of my sculptures, paintings and outdoor installations. Children love the walk as it has swings and a rope ladder as well as plenty to see. They do need to be supervised and wellies are advisable too as it can get muddy.
“It’s more natural to keep my work outside where it can react to the environment. The weather keeps it all alive and changing.”
The sculpture trail is now open from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm. From 16th August Matthew’s studio will also be open to the public as part of the Art Trail. Appointments to visit the studio can be made before then by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
To get directions to Gernos Home Farm, find out more about Ceredigion Art Trail events or to download a Trail Guide visit http://ceredigionarttrail.org.uk/