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Grenaby Studios

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Grenaby Studios

About

In the south of the beautiful Isle of Man, Grenaby Studios is a creative studio for several artists producing unique artwork, contemporary crafts and bespoke hand made items.

Located in an old farmhouse that dates from the 1700s, the studios are located in the tranquil countryside that provides beautiful views and endless inspiration to the resident artists. Over the years, the studios have hosted well-known artists including Juan Moore and Julie Ann Denton, and the current artists in residence are:  Graham Hall (Artforms from Nature), Claire Pearse (ElementIsle), Graham Rider, Juliet Petrarulo, Ruth Keggin, Caroline Cameron and Deborah Tatum.

The studios offer lots of beautiful and unique gifts, art, jewellery and wood turned bowls throughout the year as well as regular pop-up shops. There are also special markets and festivals available over the festive period, selling everything from candles to festive accessories for a unique gift this Christmas. 

The studio also provides workshops and tuitions with the resident artists, for everyone from experienced artists looking to brush up on their skills or a beginner looking to try something new. For more information, please visit the Grenaby Studios Facebook page. 

Grenaby Road, Ballabeg, Castletown, IM9 4HD

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Located just outside Ballabeg. Travelling on the main road towards Colby from Douglas, turn right at the corner in Ballabeg onto Ronague Road. After 100 yards, turn right onto the Grenaby Road and the entrance is about 300 yards on the right, where there are signs for Grenaby Studios. 

There is ample parking outside the studios.  

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