Visit 13 artists in one great venue at our Open Studios Event for Oxfordshire Artweeks this May.
Discover the artists, their processes and works in progress, at our former Rectory and multi-disciplinary artists studios in Wallingford. Studio disciplines range from ceramics, painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, video, sound, installation, mosaics, photography, dance, print, textiles, upholstery, conservation and writing. So who knows what works you might witness being created on your visit; we do hope you will come and say 'hello'.
We may have to adapt our plans if Covid restrictions require us to; but we have a one way system, a well ventilated exhibition and education room, an outdoor area and an online booking system to help ensure we will be able to open to the public safely.
As well as opening physically to the public from May 15th-23rd, there will be a virtual exhibit found at www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk/artweeks-2021 from May 1st and through instagram @ayreshousestudios. Our opening hours are 11am-6pm (11am-4pm Mon/Thurs/Sun) and we are closed Tues/Weds.
We hope to resume further Exhibitions, Outdoor Makers Markets and regular Classes and Workshops, once restrictions are lifted.
For full and up to date information on our events, go to www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk
For visitor information regarding directions, bookings, parking, disabled access, toilet facilities and Covid-19 restrictions, go to www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk/contact
Currently 16 artists and makers from various arts backgrounds contribute to the the identity of Ayres House Studios, along with Associate (non resident) members with portfolio. As well as practicing, experimenting and researching in their various fields, many sell work nationally and internationally, provide services, teach and take commissions. Taking part in Artweeks this year are Karen Goonewardene, Emma Dickson, Magda Kozarzewska, Aniko Dioszegi, Emma Souter, Kate Pullan, Juliet Goodman, Yolande Nye, Kristina Paxton, Ge-Workshop, Tim Steward, Claire Howlett and Laura Murphy.
Visit their individual Artweeks profiles to discover more about them or go to www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk/studio-artists and www.ayreshousestudios.co.uk/associates.