Hertford Town Council are staging therir annual Arts Trail from 3th to 31st October, with artists exhibiting works across the town centre.
The popular event was postponed in April due to COVID-19, has been rearranged to take place in October. During the month-long Art Trail, 30 artists will exhibit work in a prime town centre location across 30 venues. The public can view the pop-up exhibitions free of charge with artwork being displayed in windows and inside premises taking into account social distancing and safety precautions.
The Trail is intended to encourage locals and visitors to explore the array of independent businesses within the county town, promote the artists whose work will be on sale and support the venues offering the exhibition space.
An array of media will be on display from sculpture to cartoonist, oil on canvas to pottery which will be available to purchase.
A hard copy of the art trail map and locations are available to collect from Hertford Town and Tourist Information Centre.
The event is organised by Hertford Town Council in partnership with Courtyard Arts. Chairman of Hertford Town Council’s Development and Leisure Committee, Cllr Jane Sartin, said: "The Hertford Art Trail has become a well-established and popular event over the last few years. After its postponement in the spring, it's wonderful that we will be able to enjoy it this autumn. The Art Trail brings together artists and local businesses, and gives people the opportunity to see works of art in different settings, either by taking a tour of the whole Trail, or seeing the work of individual arts when they visit participating shops and restaurants."#
Hertford Arts Trail Partners, Courtyard Arts said: "We are delighted to again be partnering with Hertford Town Council to bring the 2020 Art Trail to fruition. The Trail provides talented artists from the region with the opportunity to share their work with a wider public. During these challenging times it will be especially pleasing to see the town transformed by such a range of creativity."
These are the artists and locations that are taking part
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