Whether you are a painter, print maker, sculptor, fiber, or video artist you have a place where the magic happens. That magic, of course, being hard work, dedication and reflective inspiration. A studio, a room, or just a corner, where you keep your tools, books and projects, can help you focus on your creative spirit.
We all have a little studio envy when it comes to the amazing spaces of well know artists, but as you can see below there are many ways to manage small art spaces.
We hope that this post will give you a little inspiration on where artists work. Ideas from the grandest scale to corners dedicated to making art.
Don't miss the many links below where additional photos and artists' commentary on where and how they work.
Should you get a separate art studio or is a corner of a room in your home what works for you? from Artworkarchive
Scroll through the above photos to see small studio spaces.
Read More and view additional studios below
Inside the Painter's Studio - Joe Fig
Airbnb for renting studio space form Artsy
Tons more images on the links below.
9 Famous Artist's Studios you can visit from Artsy
44 Images of Artist Studios from Huffington Post
100 Famous Artists and their studios from Bored Panda
More magical and inspirational workspaces fro Yellowtrace
A View From the Easel - Series of artist contributing photos and statements about their studio space from Hyperallergic