Each year Trudy McLauchlan, proprietor of the delightful shop, Playing in the Attic, invites selected artists to participate in a curated exhibition titled one hundred faces.

Participating artists are provided a 4″ x 4″ canvas board and tasked to paint an image that relates to the concept of the face. How the artist interprets this is up to them. The finished works are then hung together in the shop window in a riotous display of eye catching colour and style guaranteed to grab the attention of anyone walking by.

Now in its fourth year, one hundred faces is an exciting and popular exhibition on the Tiny Towns Arts Trail. We encourage everyone to take the time to drop into Trudy’s gorgeous little shop and take in this wonderful little exhibition.

All works are original, many are by named artists, and all are available for purchase through the shop for delivery at the conclusion of the exhibition, which runs for six weeks, inclusive of the trail.

The artworks can sell fast so make the most of this opportunity to buy an original piece of local art. While you’re there be sure to check out the other wonderful delights that awaits you inside Playing in the Attic.

While you’re in Talbot, make sure you drop into see Rosie Hardress’ eye-popping creations at Knit Queen.