In today’s interview, we will take a peek In the Arrowmont Studio with Maia Lepo. If you read the last interview with Austin Riddle, you read about my trip to Arrowmont in August and plans to feature all the resident artists in coming weeks/months. Maia has a Jewelry studio at Arrowmont and has crafted a space that fits her needs for both creating work and showing it during their frequent open studio days. I loved seeing how what tools and equipment Maia brought with her and learning how she arranged this studio to fit her needs. Since I spontaneously popped in on her, these photos are not styled so this is typical of what her working studio looks like on an average day.
In today’s interview, we’ll take a peek into Emily Schubert‘s Arrowmont Studio. In August I had the pleasure of spending a week at Arrowmont and meeting all 5 resident artists. She had only been “moved in” for about a month but was in full “making” mode for an upcoming puppet show and more! With weekly open studio’s for Arromont students, these artists keep their art spaces tidy while continuing to be very productive! Emily is a puppet maker and mixed media artist who’s work often takes up a lot of space but she keeps multiple projects going at once in this small studio. Come take a peek at how she created this beautiful working studio! These photos are not styled so this is typical of what his working studio looks like on an average day.
Emily Schubert’s Organized Art Space-Part I
Today we take a sneak peek at Austin Riddle‘s Arrowmont Studio. I attended Arrowmont in August and spent a little time with each of the five resident artists for this series. Austin shared details about how he set up and organized this pottery space for his 11 month residency. These photos are not styled so this is typical of what his working studio looks like on an average day.
Austin Riddle’s Arrowmont Studio-Part I
It’s been awhile now since I had the pleasure of visiting Amy Putansu‘s Weaving Studio. Way back on a snowy day in January I spent time sipping tea, visiting with Amy and learning about her creative space. She has converted a former garage into her primary studio and shares a little here with us about her background in textiles and teaching. These photos are not styled so this is typical of what his working studio looks like on an average day.
In today’s interview we will take a peek into New York Artist Case Jernigan’s Organized Art Space. Case is formerly a Charleston resident but has been living in New York for some time. I made arrangements to visit his studio after being encouraged to interview him by Corrigan Gallery where he is represented here in Charleston. Case works in his home studio loft space, quite small but very light filled and efficient for the work he does. He works in various mediums but his most recent paper cutout’s have These photos are not styled so this is typical of what his working studio looks like on an average day.