There is no better way to describe an artist studio than simply ‘This where the magic happens’.
Some studios are places of intense personal creative focus, some are more designated for a show/gallery space. But like a fingerprint, no two studios are the same. They are imbued with the personality its creative inhabitants, and in a sense, becomes a work of art in itself.
When I enter a studio, I look for bits a pieces of memories, unusually placed decor to inspire the creative brain, clues to the secrets of their process (palettes, brushes, tools), leftovers of their progress (paint splatters, drips, mess), and extra art created for study, and for mental release.
I decided to ‘interview’ my fellow Stutz artists, by featuring their studios. I invite you to follow along with me and discover... READ MORE and Check out pictures of this and other artists studios here: www.stutzartspace.com/inside-t…
We thank our dear friend Lidia Burris
for her collaboration to the Art Studios Group!