Art in the Shops
Local businesses generously donate some of their window space to display the work of local artists leading up to the Festival.
Some artists have been displaying their art since the festival began 25 years ago and we welcome new and upcoming talent.
Oil and acrylic paintings, photography and sculptures, magically transforms the township of Thirroul into a wonderful art gallery a couple of weeks prior to the Festival.
Art in The Shops has been a great point of exposure and competition for artists for the past 6 years.
The Art in the Shops exhibition is a great way to view work of the most creative artists that live in this seaside community, as the majority of those involved live and create their art here in the northern suburbs.
The Art in the Shops exhibition is along Lawrence Hargrave Drive starting at Lachlan St on the South up to and including businesses in King St and Bath St and beyond on the north side of the railway bridge.
The works can be viewed in the weeks leading up to the festival weekend and act as precursor for the festival. A tempting teaser for the main event.
So come and explore the township of Thirroul, and enjoy the colour and vibrancy of this free art exhibition.
If you are interested in exhibiting.
Contact: Julie Markham