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Yasmin Liang.

Yasmin Liang.

“I just put my crayon to the paper one day and I haven’t stopped since.”

Walter Robinson.

Walter Robinson.

“I do some of my finest work in my sleep.”

Adam Stennett.

Adam Stennett.

“When I am working on a show I start to gather objects and images that speak to me or may have something to say. My studio becomes immersed in the aesthetic and energy I will be exploring in my paintings and other works. The process is a bit like meditation. The space around you will influence the work you create.”

Fiona Ackerman.

Fiona Ackerman.

“A good studio should have adequate light and at least one wall that you can stand far away from. It’s important to me that space not be precious in any way. My studio is not really a comfortable place. I don’t go there to read or relax. I go there to paint. I feel at home and happy there because I know that in my studio it’s okay to do nothing but work.”

Doug Johnston.

Doug Johnston.

“Since making the stitched rope pieces has become my full time job, most of the time the studio is arranged for that work. In taking photos I had planned to arrange everything neatly and compose things in a thoughtful, designerly way, but I chose instead to just show the comfortable bit of chaos that I work amongst daily.”

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.”


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