North Yorkshire Open Studios 2023
North Yorkshire Open Studios is a well established, entirely artist-run event showcasing over 200 artists from Skipton to Scarborough!
You'll find me with a temporary living room studio set up and gallery space (trust me, you don't want to climb the ladder to my actual loft studio!) in my own home in West Tanfield. There is a lovely little cluster around Ripon and Masham and we'll all have signs our, so you can't miss me. I love this event, such great variety of art and craft, high standards!
Spread over two weekends as there's a LOT to choose from and a LOT of North Yorkshire to travel around! Browse the website at NYOS – North Yorkshire Open Studios and plan yourself a route, stopping points, shopping points and eateries along the way.
Come and add your hand to my communal artwork this year. You can either park on the street or in the car park by the village Memorial Hall. I will be right here to chat and will provided refreshments too.
I will be launching my BRAND NEW COLLECTION at this event...so now you HAVE to come, right?!
North Yorkshire Open Studios
4-5th June and 11-12th June 2022
(with Preview evening Friday 3rd June 7-9pm)
North Yorkshire Open Studios is an artist led event, run by a voluntary steering group of North Yorkshire based artists. North Yorkshire Open Studios enables artists and makers to open their studios, meet, promote, demonstrate and sell their work direct to the public.
The event has grown to become one of the major events in North Yorkshire’s cultural calendar, as well as one of the North’s most prestigious open studios events. For visitors and art buyers, North Yorkshire Open Studios is a unique opportunity to meet artists, to gain an insight into how their work is produced, find out what inspires them and to buy high quality art directly from them.
Find me at Oakwood, Main Street, West Tanfield, Ripon, HG4 5JJ
Just look for the balloons!
Shape of Us - Masham Gallery 11th March - 5th May 2022
Women depicted by women.
Celebrating with joy women's bodies in all their different shapes and sizes.
Artists featured: Karen Turner, Kate Moores, Drusilla Cole and Josie Beszant