Heron Crest Studios has expanded to a total of 21 artist's studios. Interested in a studio? See the list of available studios below and contact us to arrange a tour.
All studios have the following amenities:
-Opportunities to interact with other artists.
-A semi-rural setting in Aston, PA.
-24 hour access by artists.
-Plentiful, secure, well-lit, off-street parking.
-Social media marketing support for artists available.
-High speed Internet available.
-A gorgeous, brand new rail trail (the Chester Creek Trail) within walking distance.
-Extra storage space in the common storage rooms.
-Gallery hanging system in common areas for shows.
-Artists may participate in the annual ''Art Along the Creek' open studio show and sale.
-Large teaching studio available for daily or weekly rental for art classes, with tables, easels and taborets for up to 15 students.
TO RESERVE OR HOLD A STUDIO:
1. Pay three month's rent (security deposit, first and last month's rent) due by the start of the lease.
2. If time allows, you may divide the above amount into three payments.
3. Liability insurance policy must be on file by the start date of the lease. Contact us for the lease and the information sheet on insurance for details.
The following studios are AVAILABLE:
STUDIO 10 is 322 sq. ft. The rent is $377/month. The artists share the cost of utilities based on the size of the studio. The utilities for Studio 10 range from $18 to $120 per month; annual average is $75 per month. Click on the thumbnails for photos and a floor plan of Studio 10.
Studio 10 has a southeast-facing window, three 9' floor-to-ceiling walls, two 7' wall, large, open spaces and extra heat from the propane furnace. The winter sun helps keep it warm and cheery all year round. Studio 10 is large enough to accommodate both a work area and a teaching, office, or storage area. Studio 10 may be shared by two artists.
STUDIO 14 is 218 sq.ft. (23' x 9.5'). The rent is $275/month+utilities. The utilities range from $20 to $100+ with an annual monthly average of $60. Click on the thumbnails for a photo and floor plan of Studio 14.
The studio has a south-facing window, which lets in morning sun and a view of a wooded hillside. You can hang a large painting at one end and step well back to study it or hang backdrops and smaller pieces from the long walls.. If you have a multi-step set up this is a very efficient space. There are already cross beams on which to hang track lighting or clip on lights