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THE Ar­madale Hills Open Stu­dio Arts Trail is open for busi­ness fol­low­ing its launch in Ro­ley­stone.

The arts trail is now in its third year and has grown into a pop­u­lar fea­ture in the Spring Into Ar­madale fes­ti­val cal­en­dar.

Ar­madale Mayor Henry Zelones said the trail of­fered an ar­ray of art­work from paint­ing to pas­tels, tex­tiles, ce­ram­ics, sculp­ture, glass and Abo­rig­i­nal art.

“Peo­ple in Perth love their art and there are many very tal­ented and pro­fes­sional artists in the Ar­madale hills re­gion,” he said.

“This is a spec­tac­u­lar op­por­tu­nity for these artists to show­case their work, gain in­spi­ra­tion from fel­low artists in the area, build con­nec­tions and strengthen sales.”

Last year’s event at­tracted more than 3700 vis­i­tors from across Perth and $52,000 worth their art of sales and com­mis­sions.

To find out more about the trail, head to vis­i­tar­­madale.

Pic­ture: Jon Hew­son d473079

On the trail: Artists Cather­ine Kel­ley, Kay Cooper and Lor­raine Chap­lin-Mills.

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