Studio Tours

I have always enjoyed peeking into other artists’ studios. Some of them are glamorous, some are not. I have worked in both types and found that what matters most is how I maximized whatever studio opportunity was at hand. Over the years, I made decisions to always have a studio nearby or connected to my living arrangement. It is a great concept when there is money to provide a separation of work and living, but for many artists, squeezing in wherever and however we can is the norm.

Since I thought it would be interesting for young artists to see my various studios and conditions over the years, I put together this photographic studio diary.

This feature is still under construction.