Hundreds of art buffs attended one of the longest-running art shows in the Blue Mountains last weekend, August 3-5.
Springwood Art Show was held at Springwood High School in Grose Road, Faulconbridge.
The art show, which helped establish the Blue Mountains’ reputation as an arts hub and recognised ‘city of the arts’, has traditionally showcased the best established and emerging talent in the area.
The art show featured more than 400 pieces of original art from more than 100 predominantly local artists.
As well as painting, sculpture and photography, the event included a range of quality artisan crafts such as leather handbags, jewellery, woodwork and textiles.
Featured artist this year was Robyn Woodward, who began her professional arts career more than 30 years ago after studying fine art at Penrith TAFE and Western Sydney University Nepean.