Featured painting - By Waikanae artist Sonia Savage
This coming weekend sees the biggest ever Kapiti Arts Trail with a vast array of art and artist on display the length of the Kapiti Coast.
Look out for the colourful Kāpiti Arts Trail flag outside each venue.
Artworks are for sale at all locations. Everyone accepts cash and most accept cheques with ID. EFTPOS is also available at some Art & Artisan hubs, galleries and cafés. In addition, Whitireia Campus offers a 'cash-out' facility.
Kapiti Cr Jackie Elliott, Chair of the Public Art Panel says she is looking forward to the Arts Trail weekend. "This iconic event is a highlight of the year in the local arts scene. Artists have the opportunity to showcase their latest work, make direct sales and generate income through commissioned works. I am proud of the massive effort by KCDC staff to promote this very professional event in Kapiti. Personally I am looking forward to my first visit to the Otaki Gorge Sculpture Park," says Cr Elliott.
For more information, artist profiles, images, maps and an evaluation form (if you give us your feedback, you'll go in the draw to win a prize!), go to:
Participating cafés and other venues offering refreshments are marked with a on all listings.
Please ask permission before photographing an artist's work or other visitors.
Accessibility of sites may vary.
Please supervise young children.
Visitors participate in the Arts Trail at their own risk.
Acknowledgements: The Kāpiti Coast District Council thanks visitors and artists for their enthusiasm and contribution to this event.
15 & 16 NOVEMBER 2014
Otaki to Paekakariki