We’re delighted to be taking part in the St Albans Sustainability Festival for a second year. This time we will be partnering with the Herts Visual Arts Forum, and local artists, to present the Blue Dot Art Trail, displaying thought-provoking and beautiful environmentally-themed pieces of art in many of the local businesses who have supported our goal of cutting single use plastics in the city over the last year.

Between May 11th and June 1st, you can enjoy over 30 diverse pieces of art, from oil painting and photography to mixed media, as a 1.5 hr trail or simply lookout for them on your next visit to your favourite local hotspots.

See below for the venues taking part where you can play spot the dot to discover the variety of art taking part in the Blue Dot Art Trail. We would love to hear your response to the works and what it inspired in you on social media. Tweet/insta/FB with the hashtag #bluedotarttrail, and don’t forget to include the festival hashtag #sustfest19.

Let’s see how many dots you can spot!

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone involved for their support and contributions with art or space, this exciting event could not have happened without you!

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THE  BLUE  DOT  ART  TRAIL  2019

A – Inn on the Park  – Fadeke Ayoola, mixed media canvass

B – Ye Olde Fighting Cocks – Denise Bowser, mixed media painting

C – Abbots Kitchen – Fadeke Ayoola, Painting

D – Flower Box – Stephanie Belton, photography

E – Refill Pantry – Stephanie Belton, photography

F – Raft – Shona Lockhart, Mosaics & Perla Mignanelli, decorative painting

G – Oxfam – Fadeke Ayoola, mixed media

H – St Albans Museum & Gallery – Shona Lockhart, mosaics & Fadeke Ayoola, mixed media

I – The Beech House – Alison Ascott, textiles & Fadeke Ayoola, mixed media painting

J – The Courtyard Cafe – Debbie Knight, oil paintings & Oliver Lockhart- Lister, mixed media installation

K – Charlie’s Coffee & Company – Stephanie Belton, photography

L – Breakfast Club – Debbie Knight, mixed media painting

M – Fleetville Larder – Fadeke Ayoola, mixed media paintings

N – Fade to Black – Stuart Beck, painting & Oliver Lockhart-Lister, paintings

SustFest19, as it’s known for short, is running Sat 11th May – Sat 1st June 2019. You can find out more here:

https://sustainablestalbans.org/get-started/sust-festival/