This week we attended an event at a brand new place: The Studio at St. Mary's: a place for artists to create, teach and engage in their art form. This new "artist's colony" you might say, is located in the former St. Mary's School in the 300 block of E. 10th St. in Erie. My Dad attended St. Mary's in the 1920s and 30s and told us many a story of his days in this still very, very beautiful building. With its early 20th century architecture, I would think artists of any medium would find it a more than fitting setting for their own "studio" and creativity therein.
I'm sure you'll hear and see much more about it as it catches hold and expands in its artists and events.
The first event held there was a book signing and reading by Sister Joan of her new book, Two Dogs and a Parrot with the parrot itself in attendance.
I was struck by the decor...in other words, what artists and interior decorators (even amateurs who have the eye) can do with open space.
Isn't this little arrangement placed around a window, lovely?