In 2019, Evans & Tate will play home to some amazing local, artistic talent as part of the Margaret River Open Studios festival.
More than 100 painters, sculptors, illustrators, jewellers, print-makers, glassblowers, ceramicists, photographers and furniture makers based in the Margaret River region will open their studios to visitors, as part of the annual Margaret River Open Studios festival. From April 27 to May 12, visitors and art enthusiasts will have the rare chance to visit private art studios and meet established and emerging artists for a unique behind-the-scenes creative experience.
For the past year we have welcomed Chloe Wilder, Bobbie McCain (Afyre Design) and Helen Bos as our resident artists, and are excited for them to share their art space with festival goers. Pieces from these three exceptionally talented artists will be available to view in the cottage adjoining the cellar door, located at Evans & Tate’s spiritual home – the historic Redbrook property on the corner of Caves and Metricup roads – in the heart of the Margaret River Wine Region.