This is from a couple of month’s back, but I’m am trying to catch up with my favorite art blogs after taking a unexpected hiatus to the political blog world during the election season.
Sharon Butler over at Two Coats of Paint has a great piece where she writes about her summer studio and adjusting her work to the limitations of her studio. I have recently done the same with my own work and have been energized and inspired. It was such a revelation when I figured out it was easier to adjust my work to the studio than to try to adjust the studio to the work, especially in NYC. Now instead of being frustrated and pissed-off and not painting because I don’t have a huge loft in Tribeca or Williamsburg or Dumbo, I can just be happy painting instead…
Sharon Butler, So Long, Little ShackTags: williamsburg, Habitat for Artists, sharon butler, brice marden, art, dia beacon
November 13, 2008 No Comments