Artison is unleashed on the dales!

Hi Everyone,

Just a mini-blog today to tell you all about the opening of Artison last weekend.

Founders Scott, Sue, Gaynor and Josie (The Gallery’s owner)demonstrating how to hold a sign up with your own head.

As you will recall from the last blog, Artison is an exciting new venture just outside of Masham where anyone with a desire for creativity and a passion for learning can gather some new artistic skills. In other words, within the tranquil settings of High Burton, Masham, artists and crafts makers will be running day courses on a variety of diciplines; from Weaving to Printmaking, Ceramics to Silver-clay. Every course will include a delicious lunch and regular coffee and biscuit breaks. These courses are designed for complete beginners and those with more artistic experience, so really EVERYONE can join in.

Last weekend, on a slightly blustery August bank holiday, Artison opened it’s doors to the public for the first time – a chance for the curious amongst us to get a look at the premises, meet some of the tutors and most importantly enjoy a variety of cakes. Below you can see what went on, and how amazing the studios look!

The main studio set up for a weekend of artistic demonstrations…

Textile artist Wendy Knight showing off some skills…

Ian Scott Massie demonstrating abstract painting in the main studio…

The reception/eating area (large table of cakes just out of view!)

enjoying a tumbler of bubbly after a successful Sunday!

Artison runs it’s very first course this friday, and has over 30 courses scheduled before Christmas – places are still available. To find our more, book a course, be Artison’s friend, or even follow Artison, use the following;

The website – Artison.co.uk

The facebook Page

Twitter

The Gallery’s website

Thats all for now!

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2 thoughts on “Artison is unleashed on the dales!

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