Venue #32 White Cottage, Box

Over at venue #32 we have the fabulous Emma Leith exhibiting from her home in Box, along with both her mum & dad and returning milliner, Adrienne Horswill. If you love colour, this is a must visit venue!

Emma is also a Trail organiser, so any burning questions, she will be happy to help.

Carol Leith – 

Carol Leith is best known for her world famous Monkeypuzzle sculptures and Illustrations, however she has recently branched out into painting in mixed media. Carol’s work is a mixture of techniques which include, oil on canvas, water colour, collage, fretsaw art and fabric wall hangings.

Venue #29 Jackie Newton

Jackie Newton – 

A new artist on the Peacock Arts Trail, Jackie will be exhibiting from Antonia House in 

Venue #17 Hermione Skrine

We’re delighted to welcome back Hermione Skrine to the 2019 Trail! Visit her on Priory Street to see her figuartive painting – still life, portraits and landscapes.

Hermione Skrine – 

Hermione has always drawn, and turned to painting after studying for a degree in Fashion Design. She tends to look around her and paint what appeals, “I think part of the trick is to see differently. I always look out for colour and rhythm. I am always happy to help anyone to look and to draw”.

The Countdown to the 2019 Trail Begins! Venue #1 Corsham Town Hall

In the run up to the 2019 Trail we will be writing a blog post on each of our artists, venue by venue. These posts will expand on the information that you will find in our Exhibitor list and in the brochure with some fascinating insights into their work.

Kicking off our artist countdown are Michael Sutherland, Lyndsay Tarren-Leister, Chloe Pinheiro and Jane Jameson. These 4 fabulous artists will be exhibiting in Corsham Town Hall in both the Chamber Room and the Methuen Room. 

Michael Sutherland – 

Exhibiting for the first time this year is Corsham based artist Michael Sutherland whose work features landscapes, portraits and still life in acrylic and watercolour.

Could You Share Your Studio?

This is a call to all artists within the trail area who are interested in sharing their studio space with other artists.

Sharing your studio/workshop, especially if you in a more rural area, could help to attract more visitors to your venue. And you’ll feel all warm and fuzzy inside for helping a fellow artist! 🙂

If you can offer artist space, or if you know of venues in your area for hire (village halls, etc) then please email us at so we can add to our list of possible venues

Thank you!

Artists Wanted!

We are very VERY excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2013 Peacock Arts Trail! Information on registering, venues, terms, fees and all the other things you need to know can be found on our Join The Trail page.

Call for artists - we need you!

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