“When you picture an artist in her creative space, you will probably conjure up images of a frenzy of flying paint, malformed artworks and rejected ideas. More often than not, studios are thought to be a hive of activity so brimming with creativity that, were an average Joe to casually stroll in, all of the magic in the room might miraculously disappear — too bad for the inquisitive but uninspired! While the idea of the studio as a sort of sacred space rings true, artists rarely follow a set of rules when designing their own creative hubs — what works for one person might not cut it for someone else. Finding the balance between perfection and frenetic mess, however, is a very tricky thing to master.” -Hannah LaMarque, Crixeo
“Go to the studio, where there is so much going on, get to the studio, get to work, and everything else in your life falls into place” -Betty Woodman
“Draw Antonio, Draw, Draw and do not waste time” – the last note that Michelango left for his assistant.