Hyperallergic is running a terrific View from the Easel series that will satisfy anyone interested in artist studios. Vancouver artist Amelia Alcock-White says hers “has been relegated to the dark underworld of a basement” after her second child moved into the bright, south-facing room she once used. She says it works impressively now.
“I crank up the fan and baby monitor to some good ol’ sleeping babe rhythms,” she says. “My strategy: to find Zen anywhere and work within any available time allowance.”
The artist’s website, here.
Hyperallergic’s studio spotlight on Amelia Alcock-White, here.
- See also this previous post on the studios of famous artists like Picasso.