Sunday, September 26, 2010

StudioScapes: Chapter 3


Welcome to the fourth edition of The Pulse -- The State of the Art -- a survey in words and pictures of the online artist community. Nearly 150 artists have answered a list of questions which make up The Pulse. Their responses will be presented as a series of online and print projects. Links to the first two projects, Secret Sunday and The Book Guild, can be found on the sidebar of my blog.


StudioScapes is the third project and Chapter 3 starts right now! All artists participating in The Pulse were asked to submit a photograph of a favorite art-related vignette from their home or studio.
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This photo is one I took of the doll arms and a SWEET vintage glass find. I love that one of my collections ended up so visually fun!! lol
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My desk top in the middle of a project or two!
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My inspiration board.
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My writing and journaling Desk.
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My art desk covered in fabric collage stuff from the makings of a recent art swap.
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Here's a collection of glass bottles with sun setting and "Life is Good" written on image.
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My studio on a "tidy" day.

19 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Once again, I have enjoyed the eclectic mix of artist studios and their collections.

ArtPropelled said...

Looking at the studio space of working artists often works as a trigger to get me into the studio to sketch ideas or outside into the courtyard to carve ..... if its not blowing gale force winds which it is today.

Marit said...

I so like to peek into all your art studio's/tables/places/spaces... Thanks everyone, for sharing. I love these Pulse Sundays!

MrCachet said...

I have to thank you yet again for another opportunity to 'get into' the artist's studios that you've posted in Studioscapes. I'm off to visit!!

Jill Zaheer said...

Another Sunday StudioScape tour. Just love to look closely at what everyone has selected as touching them in some way. From inspiration boards to their studio work space( great to see peeks at art supplies)- to vignettes of a scene that connects with them- it's all a great sunday treat!

Gwen Buchanan said...

These were Wonderful Inspirational Art Spaces, Seth... I look forward to this every week!!

La Dolce Vita said...

we are such voyeurs, I love seeing these studio shots, thanks again!!

Mar said...

love looking into art studios
seeing the inspirations and how they have their set ups...totally a good time!

mansuetude said...

we're All so varied in our taking in of objects, working with the light and the things of world.

great collage of Artistic Selves-- etc...

Kim Palmer said...

Phew, wasn't too bad after all! I couldn't remember which pics I sent you and was thinking it would be boxes and paint chaos from packing, LOL! Wonderful to see everyone's creative corners of the world Seth. I'm really enjoying this series.

Dyche Designs said...

Loving these snippets of studios, such diversity.

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*jean* said...

have really been enjoying this series, seth...thank you!

alteredbits said...

ooh, i love this one!! three friends/acquaintances are shown here. so wonderful to see where they create and some of their personal spaces. i'm quite excited to see where all of kim's pulp action takes place especially. LOVE rachel and lani's glass/arms/bottles and the rest of the photos are equally divine and wonderful to peek at. thank you again, seth, for all that you do and share with the rest of us.

shona said...

what a fun collection of images, it is nice to see inside other folks studios, makes me feel part of something bigger.

shona said...

Seth, that 'Shona' was me
http://shonastudio.blogspot.com/
I signed up for a new gmail and I have not yet added my blog info!!!

William said...

Ah! Rachel must be related to you, Seth.

Judah Noah said...

I look forward to this particular edition quite a bit...collections/tableaus/etc have an endless fascination for me!

Rita vindedzis said...

Thanks so much for including me in StudioScapes Seth. Little did I know when I took that photo of my "tidy" studio that when it would appear on your blog I will have moved to a new home/studio. Even better as it's bigger and has the most beautiful view and plenty of natural light. Studio cats are enjoying it too!