In case anyone has missed the publicity, Brooklyn Studios is having a Festive Open Weekend starting tomorrow, Saturday 5th December 2015. The red door will be opening to the public at 11 am and the mulling pan will go on the hob ASAP.
Here’s some examples of what will be available from our artists and makers:
Brooklyn’s resident leather worker Cathy Edwards will be setting up shop at Crafts In The Pen at Skipton this weekend 21 & 22 November. The event takes place in Skipton Auction Mart.
Two of our members have had work accepted for Artsmill’s Winter Fair this year. The selling exhibition is over at Linden Mill in Hebden Bridge during late November, early December. Anna Gibson and Angie Rogers will both have 3 works on show and both have images chosen to go on the poster. It looks set to be a high quality show with a lot of interesting work on display. Looking forward to the preview on Sunday 22nd, 2 – 4 pm.
Beautiful terns and icebergs in this photograph from Hannah Lawson our peripatetic artist.
Hoping the weather won’t be quite like this in Hebden Bridge in early December when we hold our Fantastic Festive Open Weekend on 5th & 6th.
This fabulous photo of tabular icebergs came today from our studio artist Hannah Lawson who works as an expedition leader and Zodiac driver on cruises to the polar regions and all sorts of other exotic places.
In between working trips Hannah can be found in her little studio space at Brooklyn making intricate wood engravings of the wildlife she encounters.
It only seems yesterday that we were taking part in the Summer Open Studios here at Brooklyn Studios and yet the Autumn has rolled on by and its almost time to get the fairy lights out for our annual Festive Open Weekend which this year is taking place during the first weekend of December.
All are very welcome to visit us for a chat, some festive mulled cider or non-alcohol spiced apple warmer, and the opportunity to view new work by our artists and makers.
A great weekend and masses of lovely people visiting our studio spaces. Really good to know that at least 2 people using wheelchairs were able to gain access and visit nearly all of the studios.