Pauline and Charlie's OPEN STUDIO

Pauline and Charlie's OPEN STUDIO

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    Allanbank Mill Steading



    TD11 3JX

    United Kingdom

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    Pauline and Charlie's OPEN STUDIO

    About this event

    Allanbank Mill Steading is situated in the special rural open landscape of the Scottish Borders. It is the home and studios of the artists, Pauline Burbidge and Charlie Poulsen. They have lovingly renovated this set of farm buildings, converting them from farm use to studios, for their art practice.

    Pauline works with textiles, collage and stitch, making wall hangings and quilts. Charlie makes large scale drawings, sculpture and ‘growing sculpture’. Together they have created and developed a magical and unique environment of gardens, studios and home.


    ‘Charlie & Pauline’s OPEN STUDIO’; this will mark their 28th year! We turn our studios into galleries and display artwork throughout the Steading, and show a selection of our own work.

    At the event there will be musicians performing throughout the four days.

    When you arrive you can enjoy the studios, artworks and garden, and gain a personal view of the environment in which the artwork has been made.

    Our OPEN STUDIO will be on this year from 5th-8th August 2022.

    Important details:

    Pre-booking will be essential.

    Please bear in mind that this Open Studio event is held in our home and working studios which are in an old converted farm steading steps and stairs are a feature, there is a toilet available for you to use via steps.

    Car Parking, follow the signs

    How to find us

    Allanbank Mill Steading is situated 8 miles inland from the A1 at Berwick-upon-Tweed with its train station.

    By road we are 1 hour south of Edinburgh and 11/2 hours north of Newcastle.

    If you require overnight accommodation or a meal, the Allanton Inn is a short walk from us, very recommendable and open all day!

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