Open house arts trail returns

Around 40 artists will display their work in over 25 homes and businesses in this year’s Bridgnorth Open House Arts Trail, over the weekend of June 11 and 12.

The artworks on display include oil and watercolour paintings, drawings, photography, glass work, sculptures, textiles, ceramics, jewellery and metalwork. Organising committee member Vicky Commander said, “Feedback from the last event in 2019, on the range of creative work on view and the opportunity to see it displayed in home settings, was wonderful and both artists and visitors felt it made the trail unique.”

This year’s event is raising funds for Bridgnorth Food Bank. Advance tickets and trail maps, priced £5 for the two day event, will be available from Bridgnorth Library in Listley Street and they will also be on the door at selected host’s premises.


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