Perfect weekend: Huon Valley art trail, November 5–7

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The studio of spooncarver David Rauenbush is one of the marked stops on the Tamoh 2021 Art and Away Trail. Photo: @thetasmaniantuxedo

If you're in Tasmania this could be your perfect weekend. From Friday through to Sunday you have the opportunity visit a trove of talented artists and makers scattered throughout the idyllic Huon Valley in Tasmania.  

Grab a map (and a Kingston black cider) from Willie Smith’s Apple Shed or The Hub in Huonville and then be on your way. The Tamoh 2021 Art and Away Trail takes in twenty artists’ studios, workshops and galleries, including that of David Rauenbush, aka @phoenixcreationstas  and runs over three days, November 5–7, 10am – 4pm daily.


Catch some spooncarving action by David Rauenbush on the Art and Away Trail. Photo: @thetasmaniantuxedo

Participating artists include Ariel Korobacz, Brian Looker, Bronwyn Clarke, Christine Richardson, Craig Snell, David Rauenbusch, Heather Mikkelsen, Henrietta Manning, Ian Clare, Jill Edwards, Judy Jackson, Karen Grady, Kat Scarlet, Kim and Paul Bale, Natasha Milenovic , Peter Graham, Richard Stanley, Ross Patston Gill, Vicki Taiwo, and Zsolt Faludi. You can chat to all and check out their workshops and studios, and no doubt buy some of their creations.


Veneered drawer chest by Kim and Paul Bale of bale & bale, Tamoh Art and Away Trail participants. Photo: @bale_and_bale

Nearby attractions include Campo de Flori, Castle Phoenix, Cuckoo ETC, Gallery in the Square, Huon Art, Lovett Gallery, Near and Far, Ninapatina and Woof Gallery, and there are bed and breakfast cottages and fine food options throughout this region as well.


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