Archive for the ‘Locale’ Category

Iviva Olenick.

Iviva Olenick.

“Ever-shifting piles of fabric, scraps of ribbon, spools of thread, skeins of embroidery floss, embroidery scissors, watercolor and fabric paints, needles in various shapes and states of wear, and artwork in process as well as finished pieces adorn the surface. The prominence of this desk in my small studio space is a metaphor for the predominance of my artwork in my thoughts and daily activities.”

Aled Lewis.

Aled Lewis.

“My workspace is now somewhere for me to surround myself with inspiring things, relax and get lost in my work. I’m covering the walls with works of people I admire – particularly the work of artists I’ve met or am friends with because it makes the space that much more personal to me.”

Jorge Colombo Talks With David Lang.

“My workspace is a mess! Part of this must be because I am scattered and confused all day long, and my external world mirrors my internal pretty closely. In my defense, I have to work on a hundred projects at once – writing new pieces and articles, editing old ones, researching projects I have to fundraise for now but won’t write for years.”

James Victore.

James Victore.

“We used to have two motorcycles parked in the studio, but a modicum of success drove them out. I don’t have any collections, I like to travel light and don’t like to dust. The studio is more of a combination garage and kitchen– with some workspace thrown in. I like the adage, “The more you know, the less you need.”

Lou Beach.

Lou Beach.

“I’m fortunate to have such a fine space to work in. The light is beautiful…..I have my books and picture files and music, I’m surrounded by art made by friends and family, and my dog comes in to visit.”

Mark Pernice.

Mark Pernice.

“I’m thinking about setting up an office in the shower. Get dressed, COFFEE, work, try to take a break and get outside for a bit, maybe have lunch with another designer, back to work. I try to move around. Sometimes I’ll sit on the couch, balcony or counter top with my laptop. I need that to stay fresh.”


Warning: Use of undefined constant DOING_WPMQ_CRON - assumed 'DOING_WPMQ_CRON' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /homepages/46/d367960038/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/wpmq/wpmq.php on line 104