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.
In today’s interview we will take a peek into Barbara Zaretsky’s Organized Art Space in Asheville’s River Arts District. Back in January I went to visit Barbara of BZ Design, after learning about her new education studio and workshop (Cloth Fiber Workshop) space. It was an icy cold day, not much traffic out and about and she had only been in the space about a month. I was really impressed with how thoughtfully planned and laid out the space was and totally delighted that she invited me to come see it while she was still putting the final touches in place. I can’t wait to take a workshop there with Barbara or another of the talented artists she hosts in this space. Come along and 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.
Barbara Zaretsky’s Organized Art Space-Part I
In today’s interview-Part II, we will take a peek at art studio organizing In the Studio with Andrew Guenther . We met this spring in Brooklyn in his studio through my brother who has known Andrew for years. Andrew works in many mediums, jewelry, mixed media, painting, digital, photography etc and he has quite a small space so read on to learn how he keeps things in order. These photos are typical of what his working studio looks like.
Andrew Guenther Art Studio Organization-Part II (see Part I here)
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In today’s interview we will take a peek In the Studio with Andrew Guenther up in Brooklyn. When I was in NY in March I put a request out to meet up with artists who were available for studio interviews and was introduced to Andrew via my brother. It turned out to be kind of a reunion of friends who hadn’t seen each other in years. I felt lucky to tag along and be invited to take this sneak peek! These photos are not styled so this is typical of what his working studio looks like on an average day.
Andrew Guenther Art Studio Organization-Part I