Discover Cambridge’s Autumn Festival

10AM – 4PM
Cambridge is rich in colour, art and galleries.
Take a free, self-guided tour of artists’ studios and galleries in and around Cambridge.
Click here for the Open Studios Art Trail Map, or pick up a printed copy at Cambridge iSITE, Paper Plus Cambridge or Heritage Gallery (85 Victoria Street).

Here is a profile for each of the studios and galleries.

Carole Hughes

19 Queen St

Paints with bold, colourful strokes. Her expressionist paintings are easily recognisable and she has been influenced by Fauve artists and German expressionists. Enter the draw for a free painting at Carole’s exhibition.


Catherine Haworth

129 Forrest Rd

Catherine is an equestrian and pet portrait artist who creates with pastel, acrylic, oil and charcoal. Commissions welcome. Her love of horses is the inspiration for her art.


Faith Thomas

35 Campbell Street

Faith has been printmaking for over 40 years, working predominantly in mezzotint, lino and etching. Her work is internationally exhibited and in gallery collections worldwide. 


Heritage Gallery

85a Victoria St

Heritage Gallery is a unique shopping destination bringing an exciting collection of contemporary New Zealand art with a high-quality mixture of original art, studio glass, prints, ceramics and jewellery.


Janet Smith

37 Kairangi Road – Roto-O-Rangi

Janet has played with clay for about 45 years and has established a workshop at Roto-o-rangi with a full range of kilns. The most recent kiln is a large anagama kiln which she fires for 4 days continuously.


Jo Beckett

12 Alpha Street

Jo Beckett is a full time clay artist graduating with a Diploma in Craft and Design, majoring in clay in 1992. She works from her home studio creating functional domestic ware, garden art and sculptural pieces. Her work celebrates the native flora and fauna of New Zealand, and her surface decoration often combines bright colours and designs… inspiration taken from her garden studio window.


Lea Woutersen

131 McLarnon Road

Lea paints in oils and acrylics. Does a variety of landscapes, seascapes and a lot more. She also has figurines and sculptures with powertex and gourds.



Sinclair Barclay Gallery

59 Duke Street

Wayne Sinclair is a New Zealand artist based in Cambridge. You can view his work and usually catch him in action painting onsite at Sinclair Barclay Gallery in Duke Street, Cambridge.