Bonded Llama Studios is an artist collective in Raleigh, North Carolina. Started by two local artists in November of 2005, the studio is both a means to reinvigorate a forgotten section of the city and a communal working environment for local artists. Bonded Llama is now the artistic home to twelve artists, whose work runs the gamut of 2-D and 3-D art: painting, printing, textiles, papermaking, metal sculpture, installation art, and jewelry design.
We are located at:
Bonded Llama Studios
1505 Capital Boulevard
We are a little hard to find but this map should help you out a bit.
From 40 heading east towards Raleigh:
Take exit 289, Wade Avenue. Pass the RBC center and Whole Foods.
Stay on Wade Avenue. Keep left, and take the left ramp exit at the end of
Wade Avenue to Capital Blvd. North. The ramp curves over Capital Blvd,
follow the ramp on Capital Blvd, and take the next exit on your right, Wake
Forest Road North exit, which curves back over Capital. At the end of the
exit ramp, take a left on the dirt/gravel driveway into the Raleigh Bonded
Warehouse complex across from the transmission place (before the train
bridge, if you see Snoopy’s, you’ve missed the turn). Look for the free-
standing white office building with blue awnings.
Go North on Capitol Blvd, and take the Wake Forest Road North
Exit, which curves over Capital. At the end of the exit ramp, take a left
on the dirt/gravel driveway into the Raleigh Bonded Warehouse complex.
(before the train bridge, if you see Snoopy’s, you’ve missed the turn). Look
for the free standing white office building with blue awnings.
**Bear to the left around the building and come in the blue door with the llama on it.
***The front door is locked except for during open houses, so it’s best to make prior visitation arrangements so you’re not left pouting in the parking lot.