Open Studios in June

Where did the last three weeks go?  If feels like ages since I picked up my brushes. But there is good reason. In the interim I have had no studio days at all. I’ve been working in London and then whisked off to South Africa on a business trip so it’s been a bit difficult to get into the studio. For some reason I find it incredibly difficult to get my head into painting when I am working intensely, so the creative side of my life seems to get put on hold at those times. Ah well – it means I have something to look forward to when I have a break.

The next exhibition I’ll be doing is the Saffron Waldon Open Studios weekend of 22nd and 23rd June. We’ll simultaneously be opening out garden and serving tea and cake in return for donations to Care for Casualties. Fingers are firmly crossed for good weather. So if you’re in the area, do pop in and visit.

And if you’re further South, here’s the list of other artists taking part. I only wish I could go and visit some of the other studios.

Saffron Walden Open Studio page 2Saffron Walden Open Studios leaflet

The garden is looking marvellous just in time for Open Studios. Now we just need to hope it stays dry and sunny.

Blooming border in early June 2013.
Blooming border in early June 2013.

3 thoughts on “Open Studios in June

  1. Your creative side must be really strong Vandy so that it does shine when you need it to. When I worked I found my brain did not handle my creativity too. Good luck with your open studio, wish I could do the rounds. We have something similar here in August

  2. A bit too far for me 🙁 but hope you have a great time. Take lots of photos for us, I’m interested in how you’ll display your work in the garden, fingers crossed for the weather!

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