Tree streets come alive with creativity

South Western Times

More than 40 artists will fill 21 venues with stunning works tomorrow for visitors to the Tree Street Art Safari.

Tree Street residents Peter and Delys Griffin are one couple opening their home for a public viewing from 10am to 5pm, after welcoming more than 500 guests last year.

Located at 5 Karri Street, the pair will host a 17-piece band, demonstrate a working printing press and exhibit the works of artists Andrew Frazer, Rosemary Taylor and Sharon Hinchliffe.

Mrs Griffin encouraged all to come along to view amazing local art and looked forward to connecting with the community through the event.

“Last year we had over 500 people come through and it was interesting because we saw people we hadn’t seen for years, including old school mums – it was fascinating,” she said.

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A tram will loop around the venues all day for those with tired feet or mobility issues.

Find the Tree Street Art Safari on Facebook or visit stirlingstreetarts.com.au for more information.

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