Like many artists, I painted for years in a second bedroom or in my basement. In 2008 I was blessed to have the opportunity to design my own studio. It is set as a 500 square foot loft with a cathedral ceiling and dominant north light windows. The space takes advantage of the breathtaking views from the West, North, and South facing windows. There is a still life area lit by high cool light entering from the left, as well as a comfortable section for figure work. Color-balanced fluorescent tubes are positioned adjacent to the north windows to depict a similar light when painting in the evening. The studio is designed for painting from life with the versatility in lighting and positioning of the subject.


Featured painting on "The Line" 1st eposide: Click to Watch Video

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