The Rectory Art House stands next to St. Brigid's. It served as a home for the parish priests. The Rectory was turned over to a group of artists, the rooms now serving as studio space (with beautiful ten foot ceilings, yes, artists must suffer for their craft). Many people were passing through the house as we were there, taking in the exhibits. I found this room to be eye catching, lit in a moody and dreamy blue, the mannequin on the left seeming to come out of the wall.
And this is the kitchen in the Rectory, still in use today for the artists. I chatted with some who were in there.
To the cooks among my readers, could you see yourself spending time in here?
More to come from the Rectory...