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“I believe that the delicacy and tenderness of some of the materials I use have similar qualities to human emotion, human condition. The objects can be physically fragile; they age, crack, break, fade.” Mari Anders' studio ALSO: Andrews’ studio.

always wanted a studio like this, in NY of course. After all morning working I will walk to Central Park for lunch

Studio workspace: Philip Jacobs is a freelance artist of furnishing and wallpaper designs. His studio sits in an old converted stable at his home in Dorset.

JP's studio and sunflower painting demo by tomandjp, via Flickr

Inside artist's studio at 59 Rivoli, Paris

OP says: this kind of organized mess appeals to me. I love to see the stuff, but I also need moments of blankness. I have to agree, although this is a bit too haphazard for me.

When I have my own house I want a studio but its not going to be limited to painting or ceramics. I also want paracording, sewing/cosplay, MUSIC, an ALL arts studio!

Art Studio love this loft storage

* THAI WEDDING NECKLACE. DATE: CA. 1900 CULTURE: THAI (LU MIEN YAO PEOPLES). MEDIUM: SILVER.

I know it's a workroom, but it has the feeling I want for my kitchen :-) Shelves full of bottles and jars, filled with odd and interesting things, potions and lotions and powders and stuff...