Open Studio – October 15, Saturday 1 – 4 p.m.

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I am having a formal "Open Studio" this Saturday, from 1 – 4 p.m. I guess this means that I will have to tidy up a bit, but it IS a studio, so I figure most of the art mess is very appropriate!  Perhaps take out the garbage and put up some art that is available!

The other part is figuring out what to offer for snacks!  I am planning on having Pandora give me whatever kind of music she figures I like.  Contance is having her Open Studio at the same time, so basically we are taking over the 4th floor of the Articorp Building!  (Well its sort of like that all the time, but we don't get hardly any visitors . . .)

So please drop by!  Here are some directions:

The Articorp Building is a faded orangy tan monolith located between 4th and 5th Streets, with entrances along Harris Street.  Walk over to Harris Street and come in the door closer to 5th Street.  You will come in at the level halfway between the 2nd and 3rd floor.  Walk up to the 4th Floor and turn left (your only option), and it will become immediately apparent that you are in the best place to be on Saturday afternoon!  My studio is to the left, Constance's is down the hallway, and it is our plan to have the halls crowded with our friends and people visiting for open studios!

As most people in Juneau have long discarded street names, we are above the Charter School (1st and 2nd floors), also above the Natural Health floor (3rd floor offices of Dr. Emily Kane, Dr. Kristen Cox, Yoga Studio, Rolfing, Massages, etc.)  The Catholic Church is above us along Fifth Street, the Episcopalians are below us on Fourth Street – Holy Trinity.  There are several parking lots on Gold Street and 5th Street, reserved during the week, but Saturday afternoon will probably be fine if you can't walk over or find a spot on the street.

Hope to see you this Saturday!

One Response to Open Studio – October 15, Saturday 1 – 4 p.m.

  1. Barbara Bradford says:

    Barbara, your paintings are wonderful, absolutely wonderful! Turning your attentions to the large format of acrylics has really worked for you and it seems as though you have come into your own! I’m really proud of you, congratulations! Hope to see you and your paintings in person tonight.

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