Door No. 3 Print & Book Art Studio is excited to announce a relocation to TwispWorks this May. Since 2008, Door No. 3 has inhabited a treasured location at the Methow Valley Community Center in Room number 3. Just across from the Twisp Library, community members have learned printmaking techniques, artists have exhibited, and studio founders Laura Gunnip and Robin Doggett have created local artisan printed goods for sale.
As the studio enters its seventh year, plans for the future are underway. Demand for the studio’s handmade items has been on the rise creating the need for additional space. The revitalization of TwispWorks’ North Warehouse Building will create new studio space for Door No. 3 and other local artists and businesses. Come visit the new location during the upcoming Twisp Art Walk on Saturday, May 23.
CONTACT: Door No. 3 Print & Book Art Studio on Facebook, firstname.lastname@example.org.