The Tim Holmes Studio was converted from a 19th-century “Home for Wayward Women” in Helena, a wild west gold town. It was originally a dormitory/laundry/school where young women worked and learned under the care of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and was renovated recently with historic values in mind. The building is now listed as a historic property, and retains many of the characteristics of its original construction, featuring sections of original wallpaper, woodwork, stenciling and hand-painted ceilings. The whole building is 3 floors and covers 7000 sq. feet. I boasts a very large room (33 feet on a side) which is used for sculpting, drawing, painting, photography and video editing. It’s fully carpeted, with three sinks (including a deep sink and a clay sink), a private entrance, piano, mini-kitchen, sound system and is designed for photo shoot layout. Total privacy. (Modeling stand and sculpture stand available.) Upper barn doors open out into the city.Many other great features.