An open studio experience

I’ve been meaning to hold an open studio for ages, but for various reasons never seemed to manage it until this weekend. I’ve been madly busy this Autumn, firstly with getting ready for my recent joint exhibition at an Talla Dearg which I discussed in 30 days of painting and making  Then getting ready for several craft events and the #30dayproject Thirty days of Etsy which I completed in November. However, I finally managed to give it a go this weekend.

I am very lucky to live in a hugely supportive village and lots of folk stopped by, despite so truly awful weather, to buy cards and art and to offer some great feedback, so it was a really good practice run.

I plan to hold at least one open studio a month from Spring onwards, so it was great to have such a successful first try welcoming people into my home studio. And I’ll hopefully manage to keep it tidier from now on, just in case I get more visitors.


So, if you do want to come and visit me in my studio sometime, when it isn’t officially open you’d be very welcome, but please do call ahead as I may not be at home. Or you can stop by when the sign is outside – if it ever dries off that is!

Meanwhile I still have some of my cards, wee paintings and cards at Café Ceàrdach here in Lochcarron, I also have a selection of paintings and cards at Stick Factory in Edinburghand finally there are still lots of paintings from the #30dayproject at my Etsy Shop If you want to click on the link provided and go and have a look. If you  want to get in touch with a comment or question you can contact me at any of my social media sites (Just scroll down) to the images at the bootom of this page or via my website here

Thanks so much to everyone who has messaged me, supported me and bought my art this year and in the past. You are all amazing.


Thank you

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