16th Burnham Art Trail
Saturday 20th June to Sunday 28th June 2020
The 2020 “Armchair Art Trail” brings us a way to experience artworks from afar.
The world may look very different right now, but creativity is more vital than ever for our wellbeing. So, as part of our ongoing commitment to support artists we will be showcasing all artists and makers who applied this year.
Even while we are restricted by distancing measures, this doesn’t mean we have to miss out on seeing the arts and crafts submitted for this year.
Our aim is to keep artists connected with audiences in inspiring ways.
This year, in the spirit of community, we are including all 50 of the artists and makers that submitted their work, before lockdown and the unusual circumstances we have found ourselves in.
Using our regular schedule, we will publish daily pages echoing visitor experience, so that each day will show five profiles and give an in-depth view of some of the regular contributors to the trail.
Click here to see the artists and makers that are to be included…
Many of the Burnham Art Trail artists are inspired by our unique environment and sense of place, reminding us of boating traditions, regional flora and fauna and our marshy open landscapes with their wide open skies.
The Trail is volunteer led with participants ‘doing their bit’ to show the creative side of our little patch of England.