Some very unusual creative spaces this week. It appears these artist have collected very interesting pieces from around the globe. From vintage luggage and prints, to old travel posters and antique busts, these spaces have an almost tribal feel to them. They speak of foreign far-away lands, with their curious collections and unusual souvenirs.
Interestingly, this lady's studio is very much a reflection of her amazing artworks and assemblages. See them here
The owner of this studio calls himself an Artist, Writer, Adventurer and Mystagogue! See more on his flickr photostream here
I've been going through a gothic, ghostly phase at the moment. I love using images of vintage beauties in my digital collages. In particular, the beautiful Maude Fealy lends herself to ghostly themes and artwork. Maude Fealy was an American stage actress of the early 1900's who's timeless, ethereal beauty made her the subject of many photographs. Below are some new digital works I have created featuring this haunting beauty. They are for sale in my Etsy shop. Enjoy!
This week I'm featuring 2 grand creative spaces. Both these studio/homes have soaring ceilings and a kind of other-worldliness about them. Also, their neutral palette gives them an even larger feel. Oh to live and create in such an expanse of space.......
I just love these oblong windows which accentuate the curved wall.
This home belonged to a Russian architect. See more photos here:
This creative space appears to be more a combination of craft room/home wares shop/living space, rather than just a regular studio – but I just had to share it with you.
I'm a big lover of shabby chic styling and rustic, earthy interiors – and this space is a beautiful example of this. From wooden floorboards to neutral fabrics and 'worn in' decor, this space exudes all the charm of a relaxed, casual, but elegant shabby chic interior.
Who wouldn't want to nestle amongst white billowy cushions, surrounded by candles, ever so pretty crockery, and a wall full of matching love hearts?