Studio Visit Book Vol. 1

6 Artists and The Favorite Corner of Their Studio

We all have a favorite space or corner in our studio where we love to spend most of our time. For some artists, it is their brainstorming corner, for some, it is their break corner and for some Artists it is where they create their Art. Every inch in that space is magic because this is where ideas are turned into Art.

We asked 6 Artists about their favorite corner of their studio, and here’s what they said

1. Stacey Billups

Brooklyn-based painter Stacey Billups is best known for depicting Black and Brown women
exploring their passions, experiencing joy, connecting, reflecting on life, or simply resting.
Billups works primarily with the mediums of oil paint, watercolor, and gouache paints. She describes her style as Figurative Expressionism. She finds inspiration in the resilient spirit of women.

On asking Stacey about her favorite corner in her Studio-

2. Selene Paschoal

Selene Paschoal, a fabric artist has been a journalist for a major part of her career. Selene started on this journey in 2018 and has come a long way since then. The link between fabric and art came to her several years ago when she was at an “Open Studio” event with friends.  Her work was exhibited at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts, Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville, Open Art Studio, and the White Rabbit Fine Art Gallery.

Selene shares her favorite corner in her Studio-

3. Sarah Mecca Abdourahman

Sarah Mecca is a multidisciplinary artist. Her art practice involves painting and video art. As an emerging artist exploring ways to connect with her ethnic identity, she creates figurative imaginings of her community’s history using family archives.

Sarah describes her favorite corner of her studio-

4. Melissa Jander

Melissa Jander is an accomplished artist known for her expressive oil paintings. She has a diverse educational background in technical drawing, architecture, graphic design, and foreign language and
literature. She seeks to stir emotions through shape, color, and expressive brushwork. Her muses are the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, often drawing inspiration from rugged coastlines and blooming flora. 

Melissa sharing her favorite corner-

5. Bridgette Meinhold

Bridgette Meinhold is a conceptual artist based in Park City, UT where she is known for her atmospheric, foggy encaustic landscape paintings. Nature is the starting point for all of Meinhold’s work and her inspiration comes from watching the weather, walking in forests, and mindful observation of our environment.

Bridgette shares her favorite corner-

So this was a virtual visit to sneak at our artist’s favorite corner of their studio. It is always a delight to visit our artist’s studio virtually. Read here for a virtual visit to our artist’s studios. Comment to share your favorite corners of your studio and we will be happy to read.

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