My studio, pictured in the third frame from the right.
Studio Interior - easel and walls.
Snow and my studio back door. Gotta get those skirts on.
Studio Interior - north light and palette, easels.
When I googled artist's studio photos, it instantly struck me what were authentic and well-worked in studios. Some were beautiful, and others cozy. I dream of a studio that is big and busy.
Willem de Kooning and his studio in the Springs, Long Island.
The Parrish Art Museum.
Russel Chatham in his Livingston, Montana studio. I follow his work.
h/t Loriann Signori.
The following link offers my sage advice on how to run your studio. Spoiler: don't be like Eric Satie.
Ten Life or Death Studio Tips, The Colorist.
I want to do a post on ten more tips. Stay tuned.
I found this review of artist's studios at a blog named minutia: Artist's Studios. My fave was Sigmar Polke's studio in Cologne, Germany. I noticed he goes months without visitors - shades of Satie!
My studio dream is to build a big box connecting the north end of my current structure with high ceilings, north light and a deck. I want limited or no windows to the south and west. The trailer part will be office, framing and storage, which are tasks that are now done there in addition to being my studio.
I'm not complaining, though. Many artists would be happy to have the space, and locale, of my wonderful studio.