18
Jun
09

A Walk through The Studio

I’ve just taken a charming studio in a 1920s building, dedicated to artists’ studios, in the Historic Downtown area.  It’s a beautiful space with perfect lighting, hardwood floors and glass original to the building… now full of my artwork!  

Take “A Walk through The Studio” here:  

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2 Responses to “A Walk through The Studio”


  1. 1 severnyproductions
    June 18, 2009 at 9:45 pm

    I like your artwork, The studio in the video is a great space and shows it off very well


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Photograph on left, view out of my studio window.

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