Seeing inside the artists’ sanctum

Thursday, June 14, 2012

TRURO’S Old Bakery Studios opened to the public for the evening on June 1.

Visitors wandered in and out of the workshops with wine and cake in hand, seeing the artists’ rented spaces, yoga rooms, make-up studios and architects’ offices. Residents reported a dramatic increase in visitor numbers on previous events.

  1. People at the open studios event at The Old Bakery Studios in Truro. Ref:TRJJ20120601C-005_C

    People at the open studios event at The Old Bakery Studios in Truro. Ref:TRJJ20120601C-005_C

  2. Make-up artist Ella Butler.

    Make-up artist Ella Butler.

  3. Marianne Fowler with one of her paintings at the open studios event.

    Marianne Fowler with one of her paintings at the open studios event.

  4. Natalie Fletcher with some of her work on display for the open studios event.

    Natalie Fletcher with some of her work on display for the open studios event.

  5. Sophie Capron with one of her paintings at the The Old Bakery Studios in Truro.

    Sophie Capron with one of her paintings at the The Old Bakery Studios in Truro.

 

The evening served as a launch event for several of the residents taking part in the county’s Open Studios.

Mixed media artist Rebecca Ball, painters Sophie Capron and Daniel Cole, garden designer and painter Rachel Damerell, jeweller Victoria Walker and ceramicist and printmaker Kay Willmot all had visitors during the week.

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