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Virtual open studios artists chat

Monday, 12 October 20

We have just had our 'virtual' Hebden Bridge open studios this past weekend. It wasn't the same as having lots of friendly chats with visitors to my studio but it was lovely in it's own way.

I took part in one of the live chats over the weekend with my studio mate Julia Ogden, jeweller Kate Rhodes (who was once a studio mate) and textile artist Kath Baker of Katfish Designs. It was such a lovely and interesting chat about inspirations and processes and what we've been up to. I think we forgot people might be viewing and it was rather like a shared studio lunch chat! 

So if you'd like to meet my friends and have a little tour of my studio the video is on Youtube.

That's the silver lining. Usually it's a very local event but these videos mean we can share our studios and our work with people all around the world. 

I took a few studio shots for instagram over the weekend so I thought I'd share them here too. 

Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio
Hannah Nunn studio

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I'm Hannah Nunn, designer/maker of papercut lamps, wallpaper, fabrics and window film all inspired by the beautiful details of nature. Find out what inspires me and join me for walks in the woods and other adventures...

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  • Hannah, whenever I read through your 3 Things posts, I find I breathe deeper, my shoulders relax, and I read and enjoy every word. In these times, to me – that is priceless. Thank you so much.

    Rosemary Frew