A warm welcome to Greyton. During the weekend of 20-22 November it will be the fourth GREYTON ART WALK. We build on the successes of the past.
Due to Covid 19 The Art Walk will be smaller this year, but still with lots of amazing artwork.
It is our prime goal to make Greyton THE art village again. The organisers want to provide a venue to local, as well as artists from outside Greyton, to exhibit art in all mediums.
Entrance to all exhibitions and the art route will be free.
The organisers would like to thank all our artists and advertisers.
More than 400 artworks by 40 various artists will be on show and for sale at reasonable prizes in the Art Centre and 20 galleries. Several artists opened their homes to welcome you to view and buy original artworks of high quality. The “walk the experience” between the various galleries/houses was very popular previous years.
GAW is very privileged to have the well known and loved PORTCHIE visiting Greyton this year. He will exhibit and paint live at Via’s Eatery. WILLIE JACOBS will also painting at Willie Jacobs Art Gallery.
The children’s art competition under the capable leadership of Mariaan Ehlers, will be somewhat smaller this year due to the lockdown. There will be huge prizes for the winners in different age groups. Children’s Art can be seen in the Art Centre.
To embody the “walk the experience” theme, the art route will start at the Art Centre in the D.R.C. Hall. We invite you to experience the ambiance of the village where you are most likely going to share your walk with horses, cattle or donkeys.
Greyton Art Centre in the D.R.C. Hall will again be the main exhibition area for 25+ artists with more than 200 original art works in many mediums.
All the important info about the art route and artists profiles, can be found in die GAW Explorer available from the Art Centre, Greyton Tourism and restaurants.
The beautiful Overberg and the Valley of Grace surrounded by spectacular mountains and farmlands are waiting to welcome you.
We invite you to come and enjoy Greyton where leiwater is running along the narrow streets to serve the historical houses. There are several restaurants to meet everyone’s tastes and many guest houses waiting to accommodate you.
With all this on the menu, the weekend of 20-22 November 2020 is a must for all true art lovers.
Get on the donkey or horse cart and enjoy the trip to all the various galleries all over the village, follow GAW art signs and yellow flags to find all the artists.
FOR AY QUERIES AND ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS, VISIT GREYTON TOURISM AND LOVE OVERBERG WEBSITE.
CONTACT THE ORGANISERS;
CHRIS RETHEA MARIAAN
082 495 4019 071 225 6163 076 034 5944
GREYTON ART WALK@GMAIL.COM