Oct 11-12, Oct 18-19 2014 EAST NEUK OPEN STUDIOS Autumn Open Studios 2014 - Open a 'pdf' of this press release - return to Galleries PR Index




East Neuk artists are excited to be opening their studios to the public for the

second time this year! Making the most of lighter evenings and school holidays,

our new ENOS Autumn weekends are 11-12th October and 18-19th October,

2014 from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.

As well as photographers, printmakers, and painters we are also welcoming four new

members to the group:

Keny Drew in Crail who makes stained glass products and panels

Sydney Clare Checkland in Cellardyke who fuses mirror, metal and photographic


Suzie McIvor in Cellardyke draws whimsical illustrations for children.

Florence Royer in Pittenweem photographs ethereal seascapes.

Our regular artists include Helen Firth in Boarhills produces sublime relief prints of

landscapes from a blend of mono and lino cuts.

Also, Jake Brown in Cellardyke crafts fish that swim in mid air!

Each artist will be displaying red balloons outside their studios to make them easy to


With Christmas just around the corner, this is an ideal opportunity to while away an

autumn weekend, visiting artists in their studios to talk about their work and perhaps,

purchase the odd Christmas present. Beware that not all artists can accept debit/credit

cards, so please take alternative methods of payment if you’re thinking of purchasing.

Studios are often in old, traditional and quirky buildings and therefore not always

suited for access by the less able, wheelchairs, buggies and prams. It’s always best to

contact the artist in advance to enquire about access to their studio space.

Brochures with maps showing where studios are located can now be downloaded

from our website, http://www.eastneukopenstudios.org

East Neuk Open Studios is a free event just follow the red balloons and signs and

pop in to visit any participating artist you like!



At Drumcarrow by Helen Firth, Boarhills. Linocut and Watercolour.

Lobster Bowl by Keny Drew, Crail. Stained Glass.