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Wimbledon Art Studios

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Wimbledon Art Studios

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Wimbledon Art Studios 10 Riverside Yard, London SW17 0BB England
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lovelysia wrote a review Jul 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia24 contributions18 helpful votes
Had my very first resin course and wandered around studio, pretty amazed with small studios available for artists. I did not drive but walk from nearest station and there is no cafes around, so make sure you eat something or bring something before you come :)
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Date of experience: June 2018
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futtock21 wrote a review Jul 2017
London, United Kingdom9,846 contributions1,216 helpful votes
It's the sheer size of this collection of artists' studios that impresses. Certainly not the location just beyond a near derelict pub and grotty industrial gunge near an 'S' bend in the Garrett Lane between Wandsworth and Tooting. I attend the bi-annual Open Studios where, after a preview on small boards of some of the artists' works in a reception area, one can walk directly into each of the component buildings, the most modern on four floors with a lift, the older a giant shed accessed initially up external steps housing fifty or more studios on each of its three floors. Some doors remain locked; behind others works occasionally attract, less occasionally repulse, or elicit no reaction at all. Most of the artists are available for a chat or even an explanation of their works. Drinks and light refreshments are available on site. Works purchased can be wrapped stbthe point of payment in a ground floor office.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Sky051 wrote a review Nov 2015
London254 contributions68 helpful votes
One of the most inspirring places I have visited in years. 250 artists in one large venue. Twice a year the doors open and the public can view the work and purchase artwork. A very high standard with a real feel of creativity. A real inspiration for all budding and existing artists.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Jam J wrote a review Jul 2015
4 contributions3 helpful votes
Had a Great time at the studios, checked out the highlights from the May show on YouTube; real eye opener to the work that goes into Wimbledon art studios. 😀
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Date of experience: July 2015
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timbobulous wrote a review May 2015
Vienna, Austria16 contributions7 helpful votes
This shabby collection of buildings, just behind the Wimbledon Dog Track hides a gem of fascination filled to the brim with working artists of all kinds. The space in a converted office block and a factory space that has been subdivided into scores of studios is rented out to a wide variety of people working in a variety of artistic media—painters, sculptors, portraitists, textile artists, illustrators and cartoonists rub shoulders in a dazzling display of multicoloured variety. Twice a year the Studio opens its doors for a general exhibition, when you can walk around, browse, talk with the artists and buy works of art to grace your wall, garden or living rooms. The place is just brimming with talent and ideas. Watch out on the website for the next show, you won't be disappointed. Leave a good 3 hours to walk around.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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