Artists & Studios

March 14, 2012 § 3 Comments

There is something fascinating about following someone on Pinterest. Sometimes it feels like you have such a similar eye that you could be friends in real life. (Yes, there is a Quote Image for that.) It’s a feeling I get often with Liza B’s pins, especially her color boards and wonderful dancers.

She is also inspiring for her work with Project Angel Food, an organization in Los Angeles County that provides meals for people affected with HIV, cancer, and other life threatening illnesses. Check them out at the Project Angel Food website and on Liza’s Project Angel Food board.

Being an interiors addict & an art history fan, on of my absolute favorites is her board focused on Artists and Studios. It really gets me thinking about how we each use space, and what it takes to really feel comfortable & creative.

Come browse through Artists and Studios.  Click the image for the original pin.

"Frida Kahlo in her studio at Casa Azul. Photo by Vicente Wolf"

"Calder at Home. Love the windows!"

"Fabienne Verdier"

"Jan Laurie has been a fabric artist for decades, beginning early as a quilt maker."

"Fine artist Rosario Carmona's home"

"Robert Mateo Diago's work area with work. From Dallas Art Revue "M Street? Lakewood? Artists’ Studio Tour 2006 - Story + Photographs by J R Compton"

"isaac button. in a day he could turn a ton of clay into pots."

"Art Studio: Gail Williams: 'My studio faces out towards the lake we live on in North Carolina, USA. When we remodeled our house I was able to use the old kitchen cabinet for storage. It works wonderful. It is full of slide-outs and holds all my paints, mediums and tools.'"

"Model and artist Marc Chagall in his studio, 1955."

Is one board not enough? Habitually Chic’s Heather Clawson just announced her book Creativity at Work is now available for pre-order on Amazon.

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