Making art is not just a thing to do but a way of life for some artists. This issue is filled with artists and makers who have broken down the barriers of a one room studio and turned every aspect of their home a place to create. See how some artists take refuge in industrial buildings to live and work and how others transformed their home into a creative and inspiring sanctuary.
Inside this issue you’ll find these inspiring articles:
- Lofty Idea: Tour the living and working spaces of several artists who have created a tight-knit community inside a renovated mill.
- A Studio that’s a Work of Art: Take a peek inside the NOMAD Art Compound in Los Angeles, California, where artist Damon Robinson has created a studio that combines screenprinting, letterpress, rock 'n' roll, a book store, a photo studio, living quarters, and a pool.
- Color Drenched in Connecticut: Delight in the color that fills the home of fabric designer Jennifer Paganelli’s home as she showcases her endeavors in every room of the house.
- And so much more! Enjoy the creative studios of Elena Lai Etcheverry, Liz Ciesluk, Kristine Schomaker, Pauline Lim, Sandra Charlap, Lesley Riley, Barbara McIntyre, Alisa Burke, Luna Garcia, and Katherine Jury
Additionally, learn how to make industrial-inspired textured walls, discover creative ways to display your artwork, and how to turn your hobby into a business. There is so much to explore in this issue of Studios. So come along, and tour the studio homes of several artists and makers but don’t forget to wipe your feet!