Go BEHIND THE STUDIO DOOR and see where real painters work!
Have you ever wondered about the mysterious artist's studio? Now you can get a glimpse of their working spaces in this online tour!
Visit the links below to see the participating artists' photos and descriptions of their studios. Some artists are offering giveaways or special prices for the Artist Studio Blog Carnival.
|"Around the Neighborhood" 8x10 oil.|
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Welcome to my studio! I'm very fortunate to have a large, airy space for my painting—an upstairs bedroom with running water nearby. I can't say it's very well-organized (it's not), but with this much space it doesn't really matter.
Although I paint almost exclusively in oils, I still have a few other paints and mediums cluttering the studio. In the other part of my life, I'm a graphic designer, and I've got a lot of equipment and tools from the pre-computer days: drawing board, triangles, French curves, rapidographs, etc. Also cans of housepaint, tools, shipping boxes, craft supplies, and art books. And of course my plein air kit—paintbox, tripod, umbrella, backpack...
I know a lot of artists said this Carnival was a good excuse to clean up their studios, but I decided to let everyone see mine in its natural state.
Here's a photo tour (you can click on the photos to see larger images):
|The panoramic view.|