Studio Inspo

To manifest a reality, we have to sit with what could be. We dream, visualize, birth the senses within so they can bloom without. Today, I’m dreaming, longing for a studio to build out back…a creative space laced with mismatched art and artifacts from the journey thus far. Just a hair messy, yet clean enough to share a meal with my three year old son, tea with friends and passers by. Here’s a bit of inspiration from some of the greats…

Hilma af Klint in her studio in 1895. {Hilma af Klint (October 26, 1862– October 21, 1944) was a Swedish artist and mystic, considered one of the first abstract painters}

Hilma af Klint in her studio in 1895. {Hilma af Klint (October 26, 1862– October 21, 1944) was a Swedish artist and mystic, considered one of the first abstract painters}

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Love the raw, earthy, minimal elements of Georgia O’Keefe’s work and living space.

Love the raw, earthy, minimal elements of Georgia O’Keefe’s work and living space.

Picasso’s studio, Paris, 1920.

Picasso’s studio, Paris, 1920.