As artists most of us create in spaces called studios.
It is amazing how we all want to get a peek inside the space of a master artist.
We study the possibilities of creating and delve into the artists' thought process.
One of the luxuries of having a home studio is I can paint at all hours.
In my process of working with acrylics I use both very textured thick paint
and also very wet drippy paint. I alternate between using an easel and placing works of art on folding tables so I can make adjustments in my studio accommodating different size canvases and to also adjust where the natural light falls, as I have a northern and a western window.
Artists have so many different styles of working, and their studios are as diverse.
Take a peek at some of these I have on Pinterest .
I am aware that I am not super neat painter when it comes to splatters on the floor,
possibly a wall, table, my clothes, or even my toes.
I wonder did Picasso always wear shoes?
Or perhaps did he paint barefoot or in sandals like me?
Want to pin some of my art? Here's a board to start you looking Robin Maria Pedrero