Caversham Arts Trail is back!

About the trail

After 2 years of not being able to run the trail due to the Covid pandemic, we are delighted that the Caversham Arts Trail is back running again this year. Plus it’s their 10th anniversary! We have all missed it terribly, but this year we are so excited as we will also be joining the trail as a host.

Over two weekends pop along to the venues on the trail map and enjoy meeting local artists and seeing their amazing work. There will be 48 artists featured on the trail across Caversham & Emmer Green.

Creativ.Spaces Art Studio & Event Spaces will host 5 local artists & a selection of their work, for the whole duration of the trail. We can’t wait to welcome you to the studio for a browse over a cuppa and cake (optional donation to the Ukraine appeal).

When is it?

The trail runs across 2 weekends:

14th & 15th May

21st & 22nd May

The studio will be open between 11am – 5pm

The address you’ll need to find us is:

Creativ.Spaces Art Studio & Event Spaces
Unit 2b Southview Park
Marsack street

There will be parking available in the immediate spaces in front of the studio. There is also lots of free road parking available on adjacent streets.

Come and join us in celebrating our local talent and support your local community through art!

Get a trail map >

Exhibiting Artists

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Debbie Page – Professional Potter

Debbie is an experienced potter with many years of teaching adults from beginners and onwards. She predominantly uses hand-building techniques to form her own work, e.g pinching, coiling and slab building although she does occasionally throw on the wheel. Debbie’s work is inspired by the ceramics of Korea and Japan – strong simple forms with lively glazes and different firing methods.

Debbie is very keen to pass on her enthusiasm for pottery and ceramics – She likes to show people that with simple techniques they can make something they can be proud of. Debbie firmly believes creativity to be essential for the human soul and that everyone is capable of being creative – you just have to find to right thing for you!

Follow on Instagram: @debbiepageceramics


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  • Caversham Arts Trail 2022

Alina Luchianov – Mixed Media Artist

As well as being a full time architect, Alina is passionate about painting.

Her creative career started with 6 years of studying in Plastic Arts and then Architecture. When she’s not designing beautiful buildings, she spends her free time immersing herself in her painting.

Her style is very abstract and especially loves painting flowers. She primarily works in oil and acrylic paint creating colourful, unique pieces that she aims paints with the intention of bringing joy.

Follow on Instagram: @alinaluchianov


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Sue Reeves – SuePix Watercolour Artist

Sue’s latest collection is called – “we all need a little colour in our lives right now”!

Sue’s creative career started out as a professional photographer but later in life she embraced her passion for watercolour. Sue’s style is expressive, delicate and loose. Her love of gardening and the flowers she grows, has inspired the bold colour palette she uses in her work. Sue works from her studio at her home in Caversham, which she shares with her husband, Graham.  Sue runs an art studio and event spaces in Caversham with her daughter Tamalia, called Creativ.Spaces.

Follow on Instagram: @biscottier


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Andrew McCaffrey – Charcoal & Pastel Artist

Andrew has always had a love of and for art. When he was very young he even won a competition for submitting a watercolour to Blue Peter! After leaving school he went to Hornsey College of Art to do a foundation course. His career has spanned creative product design, engineering and photography.

Andrew mainly works in charcoal, an already tricky medium to work in, not to mention that he is also left-handed. Taking a layered and methodical approach to his work, he loves to play with challenging subjects and different dynamics.


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Karen Collette Tomalin – Contemporary Textile Artist

Karen started machine sewing in 2014 when she was shown the basic techniques by a friend, her hobby has since taken off and evolved into a passion. Karen loves free motion quilting and creative piecing. She creates unique hand crafted bed quilts or wall hangings, fabric appliqué and stitched pictures.

In 2018 Karen started to exhibit her work of pieces she had created for fun or for friends and family. She was so surprised by the response and reaction of people who came, or wandered in, that she has continued to exhibit her work and taken commissions.

Karen’s work evolves from the patterns and colour found in nature. She is inspired by the German Expressionists, Fauvists and Matisse and revels in strong colour and bold shapes.


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Andrew Field – Pencil & Watercolour Artist

As a local artist Andrew likes to discover the nature of a place through its shapes and textures. This inspiration can range from the rich architectural carvings in local historic buildings, providing a treasure trove of antiquity which he likes to sketch and paint in watercolour.

From the natural beauty of the Chiltern countryside, to the small wonders that visit our gardens, nature provides much inspiration. From the swooping Kites to the darting flash of the Kingfisher by the river bank, Andrew likes to capture their grace and fleeting colours. The visiting squirrels and garden birds, have recently focused his interest in natures smaller creatures and their many shapes and forms, which Andrew captures in graphite pencil.

Follow on Instagram: @art_by_andrew_field