One day I shall have a lovely open air studio… not in Hong Kong though – the rent would kill me and I wouldn’t get much for it.
This is inspiring and relaxing and one day attainable
Oh, studio life… It’s kind of the thing that most artists dream of, fight for, and aspire to create. In our imaginations, it’s a place of pure passion where you can put your head down and work (and where, of course, everything you touch will turn to gold).
While much of that is true (minus the gold, sorry…) there are some serious pros and cons to working from a studio. So, lets get into it!
I moved into my studio about a year ago – after working from home for the past 4 years. We’ve moved around a lot, but in every home (except one) I had a dedicated space (spare room) to create. My requirements have always been good light, dedicated space, and a door.
When I moved into my studio at the White Whale Studios & Gallery (great name, right?) I had no idea the impact working from…
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