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TAMOH Art and Away Studio Trail – Huon Valley

''Create your own long weekend in the Huon''. Twenty working art studios open their doors for visitors.


TAMOH, The Artists and Makers of the Huon Valley, are hosting an art trail with 20 artist studios open to visitors for 3 days. Visit two displays of the participants works at Kate Hill Winery and Willie Smiths Apple Shed where brochures with the trail map are available for collection.

TAMOH began as a virtual art trail on Instagram and Facebook three years ago to feature and promote professional Artists in the Valley. This year twenty artists are opening their studios :- Henrietta Manning /  David Rauenbusch / Bronwyn Clarke / Brian Looker / Richard Stanley / Ross Paterson-Gill / Ariel Korobacz / Craig Snell / Christine Richardson / Peter Graham / Jill Edwards / Zsolt Faludi / Vicki Taiwo / Nasasa Milenovic / Kat Scarlet / Karen grady/Ian Clare / Kim & Paul Bale / Judy Jackson / Heather Mikkelsen

This is a rare opportunity to visit some of the secret studios hidden away in the valley and see the artists in their creative spaces. A chance to talk to them about what inspires their work and buy special pieces direct from the artist.

Create your own long weekend away easily by visiting the website to find out about the studios, look at suggestions and links for Accommodation, Food & Beverage and Attractions.

Web Page: away

Each of the participating business has implemented a COVID-19 safety plan so you can travel around and visit in health confidence.

STUDIO WATERLOO is in a heritage apple packing shed, once a common feature of the Huon apple growing district but sadly many have fallen into disrepair and disappeared. The work space of artist, contemporary realist painter, Henrietta Manning. With stunning views down the Huon River to Sleeping Beauty and Mount Wellington come and unwind, chat to the artist about an artists life and work practise.

Together with examples of work past and present, limited-edition art prints, Henrietta will be launching new experimental work using natural materials such as plants, paper and seaweed. 


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Richard Stanley

Visual artists

7562 Channel Highway, Cygnet

Striking works of the Tasmanian landscape and seascape, rendered in oils.