Where They Draw

Blog showcasing the work spaces and tools of artists

Curated by Jordan Shiveley

Submit to: jordanshiveley@gmail.com

No really, just keep workin’

the treehouse

About a year after my last post http://artistspaces.tumblr.com/post/30499740969/just-keep-workin
I saved up and was able to spread that 4-foot hole into this.  Got some donated furniture and some fresh painting supplies, and have been enjoying it immensely.  

work work work.

There’s constant wip photos and photos of my tables and junk over at my Tumblr.  

coleclosser:

SPX is just four weeks away, babies.  Gitcher travelin’ shoes on an’ snatch yer spendin’ britches outta th’ dryer, ‘cause I gots whutchoo NEEEEED!  Press play.

New layout for our MOTHERBOX studio

New layout for our MOTHERBOX studio

Flo’s Workspace

Here is my workspace at university.  I’m working on carving out of plaster and doing some prints from it but my type of work changes with each project.  The clay is coming out next!Flo's Workspace

Zahra’s

This was my tiny little university workspace!

I illustrate with charcoals, pencils, and water colors. I also do oil and acrylic painting, but those pieces had kind of taken over the dining area… ^_^

I tried my best to give myself a cozy (yet not too cozy) and inspiring corner for me to illustrate all night. It over looks the corner of Guy St. at Sherbrooke St. and has so many massive buildings with so many windows, structures, and lights. So pretty to look at, yet not too distracting because of its simplicity. I honestly even enjoy the excessive noise the neighborhood brings with it.

Illustratin’ till the break of dawn.

This is Bip Ling and the organized chaos I call my work space.

Almost done!

Take a closer look at me on facebook or my blog.

 Much love and support to y’all.

-Zahra Bundakji.

xx

Anonymous asked: Hi! I'm an artist from Chicago and I have a similar project going on that involves people's work spaces. To get a little meta, I am wondering how YOU work on this project. Do you mainly just take submissions or are you out and about in people's spaces?

we do both. What’s your site?

just keep workin’

Studio is where the art is. 
I draw and paint and sew and build in my four-foot cozy “treehouse”. 

(you can see what i’m working on over at my tumblr, or at my website, www.melissasuestanley.net)

Today I’m just super excited because I finally picked up a massive piece of homasote! 

And now I’m going to go play with my staplegun and a sheet of Arches.  Whee.

xoxo

Melissa Sue