Seeing images of artist’s studios always leaves me feeling energized and inspired. I’m still dreaming of my own studio space – something that my 1 bedroom, 650 sq ft apartment will not quite accommodate! I envision concrete floors to get all dirtied and big windowed garage doors I can open on cool days… a proper place to do welding, ceramics, wood restoration and just about anything else that perks my curiosity. Oh, it will come! And until then, I share a bit of daydreaming on the subject with some images of artist’s studios both known and unknown below!
Porthmeor artists’ studios in St Ives – the oldest artist complex of it’s kind in Britain – dates back to the early 1800’s.
Artist Henry Ossawa Tanner in his studio at 51 rue Saint-Jacques in Paris, circa 1900.
Norman Rockwell naps on the sofa in his studio in 1960; photo by Bill Scovill.
Studio of American landscape painter and author, Eric Sloane.
Studio/workshop of welding sculptor Alan Ross.
Artist Michael Heeney’s studio space.
Isabelle Tuchband’s studio at her bohemian home in Sao Paulo. *drooool*
Do you have a fabulous inspiring art studio to share?? One filled to the brim with brushes and paint, clay and metal, odds and ends, doodads and thingamajigs galore? Please shoot me an email at sarahtreanor[at]gmail[dot]com to share some images of your inspiring space! I would love to gather up enough studios from everyone who reads here to do a blog post!