I get a big kick out of reading about and seeing other people's studios, so here I post some pix to some of mine:
I love tidy studios, so why do I manage them only about every 4 years? Originally posted 21oct08. 21oct2008
By 2004 I'd made good progress in setting up my new studio. Here's a tidied up version photographed during that period. 25mar2005
Since I'm not trying to copy anything—marble, malachite, woodgrain, even cracked and crumbling plaster (we have that for real—no faux needed!) my approach for painting walls using multiple layers and a lambswool roller is not, strictly speaking `faux painting'. But that's what people typically...
All those books and articles always make these projects so easy—just do a, b, and c, and you're all set. But, inevitably, there are problems. Lots of them. Coping with difficulties is not so much obstacles to get around, as almost, it sometimes seems to me, the point. So here are some of my w...
A fairly tight shot of my old basement flameworking studio , with a buddy...I didn't have adequate ventilation upstairs for flameworking at the old house, nor any good and secure way of installing it. The commemorative bead series also has some shots of this working space. 22may2004
Here's a shot of my first floor stringing studio at the old house. Probably dates from the late 90s or early 2000s. 22may2004
Ugh, it just occurred to me that I ought to put the photography studio/setup pages here too. Well, not today.... And there's the giftwrapping area, also just now cleaned up, but, thankfully, I have no pix of it!
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