Armadale Arts Bush Trail 2021

Armadale Arts Bush Trail – Where Art meets the Bushland

The City of Armadale held its second Arts Bush Trail surrounding the Armadale Environmental Centre from 8th – 16th May. Local Artists and some local schools, guided by the artists, created Land Art from only natural materials found in the bush. The artworks blended into the surrounds and complemented the gardens and the surroundings. These works will remain for you to see; in time these works will dissolve back into environment without a trace.

The Branch’s wildflower display from the Perth Garden Festival was transferred to the Environmental Centre and was open to the public on the second weekend of this event, unfortunately missing the first weekend due the postponement of the Perth Garden Festival. A steady flow of people visited the bush art and the branch’s display. The City provided a mobile coffee facility, complementary massage and on the last day was a harpist whose music permeated the surrounds.

Welcoming colourful flags and mobile coffee facility to the Armadale Arts Bush Trail

Sue Radford and Kim Fletchers’ art piece celebrating 60 years of the Armadale Branch of the Wildflower Society

Artists’ Statement exhibit

Armadale Senior High School exhibit

Neerigen Brook Primary School exhibit

Trudi and Helena Pollards’ exhibit

John Wollaston Anglican School and Armadale Senior High Schools’ combined exhibit

Rounding off the weekend , Harpist Kira Gunn played in front of Elise Marshall’s exhibit