Art for Breakfast - Lunch and Tea

The Steamer Terminal in Ardrishaig

The venue, at the entrance to the Crinan Canal, is a Cafe / Restaurant locally known as the “IN and OUT”

 From 8th August - 1st September visitors will be able to sample the work of the artists and makers taking part in Open Studios 2019 as well as enjoying a fine breakfast, morning coffee, lunch or tea.

Artmap Argyll is delighted to add The Steamer Terminal to its list of venues for Open Studios 2019. Here visitors can pick up Artmap brochures which will give them detailed directions to each studio and venue. They can also see examples of the wide variety of disciplines that are on offer at the event which runs from 23rd – 26th August, with some studios opening 31st August – 1st September and the days in between.

Check the brochure or the website for details.

The Artmap Open Studios annual event is now in its twelfth year and continues to grow in popularity, with visitor numbers increasing steadily. From a start of twenty artists it has grown to over forty this year. The Red Dot Trail, which appears magically the week before the event, guides visitors to artists’ studios by a network of numbered Red Dots and direction arrows. Art lovers will find a warm Artmap welcome from Glencoe in the north to Kilberry in the south and for the first time this year we have a studio on Tiree!

I am a new member of Artmap and have been amazed by the success of my first open studio event. Joining an artists' membership organisation has been the key factor - Artmap provides encouragement, publicity, ideas and inspiration.   As someone who has taken up artwork a little later in life I definitely feel Artmap has helped give me the confidence to successfully establish my new career. “

“ Artmap is a fantastic way to publicise my work. People can engage with, and learn about my art in a very relaxed and sociable atmosphere. I enjoy meeting folk from all over Argyll, or even further afield, and often people return the following year.”