Fall Open Studios at Off the Beaten Track Warehouse

By East City Art Editorial Team on November 13, 2018
Lynn Putney drawing with vintage items at Off the Beaten Track Warehouse.
Open Studios: Saturday, November 17 from 12pm to 6pm

On Saturday, November 17, 2018, join the artists and makers of Off the Beaten Track Warehouse for Fall Open Studios! Visitors will be able to meet local artists and makers and explore their working studios, getting a behind-the-scenes look at their process.

Off the Beaten Track Warehouse’s resident artists and makers include fine artists, florists,

photographers, encaustic artists, multimedia artists, candle makers, letterpress printers, sculptors, woodworkers, a sewing studio, and more. The warehouse is also home to District Clay, Washington, DC’s only clay center and gallery, representing hundreds of local ceramic artists.

This is a perfect way to get a jump start on holiday shopping, and support the local DC economy!

Purchase cards, candles and giftable items from makers such as Grey Moggie Press, Handmade Habitat, and Fancy Seeing Sarah. Shop one-of-a-kind pieces of art from local artists, sculptors, and photographers such as Deborah Grayson, Regina Miele, Colin Winterbottom, Jessica Beels, Julia Bloom and Susan Hostetler.

Off the Beaten Warehouse is an historic warehouse located in the Langdon neighborhood of NE Washington, DC. The space has been modernized to include light-filled art studios, flexible warehouse spaces and creative workshop areas.

Off the Beaten Track Warehouse is located at 2414 Douglas St., NE. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/2117539905241395.