The popular two day event will include a total of 33 galleries and venues and more than 75 artists from across the Bellarine.
Hosted by the Barwon Heads Arts Council, the Trail gives visitors an opportunity to met and talk to the people who make our local art scene vibrant, in some cases, in the very space they work from.
A highlight this year is the inclusion of world renowned sculptor Rod Dudley, who will open his Queenscliff studio to visitors, displaying sculptures in wood and bronze created in his Italian studio - where he spends six months of the year. Rod will also exhibit at the Queenscliff Council Hall his Empire Day group sculpture of 1981, first shown at the Adelaide Festival.
Tussock Upstairs Gallery will host November Spaces 18 – paintings, prints, jewellery and ceramics by local and regional artists, Salt Gallery will be holding an exhibition titled Creatures Great and Small and Soula Mantalvanos will open her personal Queenscliff Gallery and Workshop studio, welcoming conversations about latest works.