The path along North Beach, Broulee, again sprouted market stalls on Sunday, January 8.
Art on the Path has run for a decade now, with the community market popping up three or four times each year.
The Eurobodalla Shire Council’s environmental education officer Bernadette Davis said the market was a mix of art and sustainability; stalls run by environmental groups were intermixed with those of local artists inspired by nature or using recycled materials to create new treasures.
“We welcome budding artists who have the environment as their inspiration,” Ms Davis said.
The market has been an ongoing success.
“We celebrated 10 years last year,” Ms Davis said.
“We have about 20 stalls today – it usually ranges between 20 and 30 stalls.”
One stall holder was Broulee surfer Abbey Rose, whose stall was a mix of surf-inspired art and up-cycled clothing.
“This is my first year and fourth time exhibiting here,” Ms Rose said.
“I have sold a couple of prints and a couple of shirts, so it was worth coming down.
“Plus it gives me a break from my 1-year-old,” she said.
South Coast Pastel Society member Warren Jones also had a good day.
“I have made some sales and scored a commission,” Mr Jones said.
“I have been exhibiting here for four years – I feel like a regular.”
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