(Temporary) studio tour

Today I would like to show you my new home studio and do a little studio tour. 🙂 I am very happy that I finally have enough room to create a space where I can “hide” and focus on my art.

My home studio

Having my own space makes such a huge difference. I feel so much more productive than ever before.

My favourite art supplies.

I spend hours in my little hideaway every day and it feels amazing having a real art studio. I had been living with other people and shared a house for years. Not having my own space made it incredibly hard to work on my art.

My photography equipment

I had to compromise a lot during these years. I had to cram all my art equipment into tiny spaces simply because I had no choice if I wanted to photograph or paint. These equipment are quite heavy and big and, as I didn’t have a room for years, I had to keep packing and unpacking my stuff. Especially my backdrop and light boxes are a nightmare to setup and pack into boxes again. It is a huge advantage that I can just leave them in the studio and use them straight away when I’m shooting without having to set them up every time. 🙂

Home Studio

However I am delighted with my little studio and making it more and more me every day this is only temporary. I have always wanted an attic room. It has been my dream since forever and it is now a possibility. Of course it is way down the line and not going to happen for a while. But it will happen one day and I will document it here on the blog so stay tuned! 😉

My sketchbook and art supplies
Sketchbook and art supplies
Photography equipment

If you would like to know more about my background you can read my artist statement and my biography.

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I hope you enjoyed this studio tour and I will see you next Monday! 🙂

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