01:45PM, Friday 16 September 2016
Discover the talents of artists within the town at either their studios or selected exhibition spaces at the Cookham and Maidenhead Arts Trail.
The event runs on Saturday and Sunday and gives the public the chance to view a variety of works in different mediums for free.
Each venue will be open from 10am to 6pm on both days, and all are within a five miles radius making them easy to move between to make the most of the third annual event.
The 18 stops on the trail range from the collection put together by 124 Studios in the Nicholsons Centre, silk painter Stephanie Gay who will have an exhibition in Bridle Road, and a display of watercolour painting inspired by childhood memories by Martin Dutton at Elizabeth House in Cookham.
To download a map of the trail and read more about all the artists taking part see camat.org.uk
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