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Artists & Makers Studios, LLC

Artists & Makers Studios, LLC

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About Us

Artists & Makers Studios on Parklawn Drive in Rockville, established in October 2014 by artist and arts community builder Judith HeartSong, is a 13,000 sq. ft. facility is home to 87 artists, and 80 student artists. Artists & Makers Studios – Oro Valley, AZ is a two-year-old jewel box location with talented Resident Artists, 3,575 sq ft of studios, galleries, and flex-classroom space. Construction is currently underway in San Gabriel, CA for Artists & Makers Studios’ third location, with construction set to begin shortly for the fourth location in North Hollywood, CA. A&M Studios is dedicated to providing a supportive and vibrant environment for artists to realize their creative goals - through studio practice, collaboration, education, opportunities, networking and connecting with the community beyond our doors.


Building Signage from Parklawn
Main Rear Entrance
A Hallway
A Hallway
B Gallery Hall
A Hallway slop sinks and library
Library with mixed media works by local and national artists
The Compass Atelier
Glen Kessler at the Compass Atelier
Glen Kessler in the Compass Atelier Classroom
Office at the art center
Floorplans for everyone at the art center
Gallery Hall
Our building with 13,000 sq ft of art and artists
in the gallery
Artists & Makers Studios at night
A&M Artists
Dining Area
Printmaking studio
the work of Christine Cardellino
small artworks from around the country and beyond in the office
guests at a costume party
our lounge with comfy couches
section C
section C door
section C hall
Halloween in the office
a writer's office
section C dining area
Jody Sachs creating jewelry
Silk painter Phyllis Gordon with patron Maureen Doallas
Johnny Gins with Alice Nappy
Grand Opening
Patron Peter Wuttke
The work of DC great Marie Ringwald
Marie Ringwald's opening reception
Quilt for Change exhibit with Brian Fisher and Adam Van Grack along with owner Judith HeartSong
Quilt for Change exhibit
Judith HeartSong pours wine
Grand Opening party
Janet Barnard with work
the studio of Elizabeth Davison
Cecelia Laurendeau and Jim Hoehne
the side of our building at night
First anniversary
First anniversary celebration
First anniversary party
Lori Anne Boocks
Getting the champagne ready
David Hubbard and his band
the crowd
Kathy Lindert in the foreground
Party inside
8th Anniversary 2023
8th anniversary balloons
the work of Jean Hirons in the gallery for our 8th anniversary
Best Place to Experience Art, Bethesda Magazine 2018
A&M gear is available on our website
Arthur Harrison plays the theremin
Brigitte Messali
Cathy Hirsh in the studio
David Amoroso with his work
Helen Hanssen Woodworking
Kate Bramante in the studio
Barbara Ziselberger in the studio with a visitor
Lori Anne Boocks in the studio
Marian Osher in the studio
Nana Bagdavadze
Ivan Amato and Michele Banks speak in the gallery
Norma Schwartz with her work
Office staff
Pauline Jakobsberg
murals in the hallways
Books are everywhere to browse at this location
Books and curiosities
outside the office
Rebecca Ravenal in the studio
Rebecca Cross and her husband install
scientists come to A&M for a tour and zoom with Ivan Amato
Tony Ventouris in his studio
work from studio 10
Guests take a selfie together
Browsing the gallery
Street art exhibit
Mas Paz and Chelove + guests
Mas Paz signs a book
looking at books
getting signatures
Enjoying the party
Exploring and looking at books
A good party
a peek into a studio with A&M gear
a visitor stayed too long
always books to browse
articles awards and mentions
books and curiosities in a cabinet, along with work by Glen Kessler
outside the office, art everywhere
in the hallways
Maralyn Alpert
Resident Artist's work in the Gallery Hall
the best snack machine ever
Blue Sky Hallway with spots to read, an introvert's dream
Gallery 209
Cecelia at work

Rep/Contact Info

Phyllis Gordon

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