Last weekend Studio 75 hosted guest Bulgarian artists Krum Baldzhiyski and Desislava Tosheva in the second open studio weekend this winter. 2weeks ago our first guest was Paris based Romanian artist George Bodocan/ BODO.
Most people expect our Open Studios to be the usual London setting of artists trying to sell their work through their studio. We don’t mind selling our work, but the main purpose of these Open Studio drawing sessions is to get artists on a regular basis to jam together in the studio and allow members of the public to just walk in an see this happening.
Most of my life I have been influenced by musicians more than visual artists. These sessions seek to be the painting and drawing equivalent of musical jamming.
Krum and Desi are in their early 20s; they came to London in pursuit of their destiny 8 months ago. They are in love; they work together as artists by day and work together as cleaners by night. Their talent and their commitment to their cause is the kind of thing that I am always keen to support. So give it up to the new arrivals, and keep your eyes open for their names. It might take a couple of decades but they are not going anywhere, they are here to stay.
so enjoy the side show bellow and check the time laps footage on the following link