Wednesday, February 2, 2011


looking to the south behind my drafting table I have built in more cabinets for storage and built shelving up above for canvas panelsOn the back side of the drafting table are a number of art magazines that I love going through now and then. Above the cabinets I keep old art projects. Some from commercial and illustration days. I stuck some old U S Forest posters on the wall from my days with the Forest Service. Unseen as I am still working on it is more cabinet space with large flat area for laying out large projects. that divides the carpeted lounge area. I also have a TV set up there but rarely watch it except maybe the evening news. I would rather play music while I work. That would be intrumental. Old Folk music. Old Cowboy stuff.

9 comments:

Pam Holnback said...

I love seeing other studios. Thanks for sharing!

Pattie Wall said...

This space is my favorite, everything so neat and layered by size.

Colette Theriault said...

Thanks for sharing Gary....Hubby and I are in the process of designing my studio. We plan on starting to build it this spring as an addition to our house. Right now, the breakfast nook table is my main drawing surface and really not satisfactory but will have to do for now!!

Dors said...

Thank you Gary for sharing all the photos of your studio.
A place for everything and everything in it's place. looks great and good to see where you do all you creative works.

I am so sorry to hear you battled through a couple of years of cancer and I hope the foot is improving.
Take Care.

martinealison said...

Merveilleux de visiter votre coin à vous! Bisous

Susan said...

I love seeing your studio and am green with envy at all the space you have! Thanks for showing us!

rahina q.h. said...

hey Gary, great to visit your studio by blog... love it! thank you for inviting all us bloggers in;)

AutumnLeaves said...

Gorgeous doors on that cabinet/shelving unit Gary! Looks like one awesome studio work space! Love that you used those old forestry posters and I like some folk music myself from time to time.

suzanneberry said...

now..THIS is a studio! i love seeing studios, it's so inspiring! someday i want a growed up studio like this. thanks for sharing gary! stay warm!