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the ro-manse of the artists studio

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snooker, garden, castle view, tyne valley, hadrian, paddock, attic studio east & west

Our talented artists will be more than happy to share their creative journeys with you. Surrounded by their tools, materials and work-in-progress, this is a glimpse behind the scenes and a chance to hear about their inspiration and the processes used in the making.

 

Please don't feel any pressure to purchase anything, but we warn you! it can be hard to resist the allure of the artwork.  Check the Artists Calendar to see whose in their studio on the day of your visit

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The calendar below displays the times available for you to visit an individual artist's studio. Click on a time and date to see which artists are in on the day of your visit. 

Our talented artists will be delighted to share their creative journeys with you. Surrounded by their tools, materials, and works-in-progress, this is a behind-the-scenes glimpse and a chance to hear about their inspiration and the processes used in creating their art. Please don't feel any pressure to make a purchase, but be warned – it can be hard to resist the allure of the artwork!

artist news

David Holliday, Art Cards
resident artist
David Holliday

Create your own custom pack of 4 or more Art Cards. Purchase from David's website or in person from his Castle View Studio at the Hearth-See availability on Calendar above

 Each card features the breathtaking beauty of urban, coastal, and rural landscapes, iconic heritage sites, and wildlife of the North East, Scotland, and the Lakes.​​

Jessica Kinnersley, Stitch Magazine
"in stitches" 
Jessica Kinnersley

Resident textile artist, Jessica Kinnersley is featured in the current Dec/Jan issue of Stitch Magazine.  She has written a tutorial, which guides the reader through building and sewing  a winter landscape scene .  It’s a great scrap-buster project – perfect for all of those small pieces of fabric that are just too lovely to throw away!  

Mandy Pattullo

"Peg Dolls and Heritage"

Read the interesting story behind the clothes peg, a nineteenth-century invention and the magical qualities of this humble but useful item.

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