The Museum is home to eleven artists, including metalsmiths, painters, an enamellist, and potters who work on site.  Artists’ studios are a visual treat; three studios are housed in a converted 19th-century barn with exposed timber peg joints.

You may stop by to see the artists in their studios, where they often create new work inspired by the museum’s collection and the history of the surrounding area.  Their hours vary according to their own schedules.

There are currently no studio openings. Click here if you would like to apply for the studio rental waitlist.

Resident Artists