Friday, May 14, 2010

Studio Tour.

I think I’ve explained this before. The reason I don’t use my real name here on this blog isn’t because I’m hiding anything really, but because I don’t want museum curators googling my name and ending up finding pictures of me chugging champagne at a New Year’s eve party. (Oh who am I kidding? In my field that might even help my career.)


But if I’m gonna have time to keep up this blog I have to find a way to UN-separate it from my work life a bit, because frankly at the moment I’m working my ASS off and all I’m thinking about pretty much revolves around what is going on in my studio. If I blog, it’s gonna be about art or it aint gonna get blogged. Period. *snapping fingers*


So, an an introduction, I thought I'd take you on a tour of my studio.  I know how much I personally love to see other artists work spaces.  For me it's quite magical and exciting to see an artists studio. It's like opening the back of a clock and seeing all those tiny gears and mechanisms turning. You have no idea what they do, but dammit they mean business.

Here's where I live all day:



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More later!

12 comments:

geotraveler said...

Love it!!

As a fellow artist, I'm still working on my studio space here (carving out a section within the apartment!) - http://artbylola.com/

the fly in the web said...

This all looks ominously well organised...

Madame K said...

Have I ever mentioned how much of a neat freak I am? The day I took these photos was a messy day even.

'Drea said...

Thanks for sharing the other side of Madame K. I know you're an artist but I also forgot...

You call that messy?

Oh my God, I'm so messy that I had to finally break down and call a professional to help me get things in order.

Team Jacob said...

Very nice!!

"Holistic Locs" said...

Fantastic! What a great space to get creative in ;o)

sprite said...

Wonderful, thanks for sharing. I especially like your anglepoise-style lamp but the glimpses of your art look even better. Tell me Madam K, could I possibly afford your art?? (Only half-joking!!):-)

dkan71 said...

I love your art. I welcome more posts like this.

Aaron Grunwald said...

Oh yeah, your sink was a total Metz!! 8-)

Madame K said...

Sprite- I do alot of different work in alot of different sizes, on paper and on canvas. Most people can find something that fits their budget without winning the lotto jackpot. Although if you win the lotto jackpot you can buy MUCH bigger paintings! More artwork info coming soon.

Aaron- my sink is too totally messy.

Camille Acey said...

frankly, I am keen to hear more about your work. so posts like this are welcome or you can start another professional (less boozy) blog for us who are interested to follow your work.

Madame K said...

Camille, I actually do have a "professional" blog that focuses on art stuff and my work. However, I'm not sure that it's any less boozy.