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I love my studio! Two years ago we renovated the ground floor of our house and it is my dream studio. We live on Curaçao which is an island in the Caribbean. We are here most of the year, the remaining time (4 or 5 months) we travel with our camper in The States or spend time in Amsterdam in The Netherlands and work from there.
I often start working around 9 am until midday when I make lunch for me and my husband who is a software engineer and also has his office at home. After lunch, I work until around 7 pm. People often ask me if I only work when I am in a flow or inspired, but I tell them I always work even when I don't know how to proceed or if I'm not in the mood. Most of the time it comes to me when I'm in the studio and surrounded by my paints and materials. It is always a surprise at the beginning of the day what I have created at the end of the day. Sometimes I continuously work on one painting (often a larger one), but I also like to switch between paintings or do something completely different for a day like sketching or experimenting with materials and techniques.
Against the back wall, I hang canvasses using M3 tape (really strong) and work on multiple paintings at the same time.
When I work on smaller paintings I sit at my workbench and roll the trolley (very handy to have a table on wheels) next to me.
As an artist, you have to be willing to get your hand dirty! Although I must say, a lot of the time I use rubber hospital gloves when the going get tough :-) Much healthier!
My studio occupies the whole ground floor. When I'm done working at the end of the day I take a dip in the pool, walk up the spiral stairs and I'm home!
Along the walls, there is some finished work and on the ground prints, I am still working on.
I am sometimes joined by the dog of friends of ours! Since our own dog died, she comes and visits us, which I love!
I surround myself with all kinds of scraps of paper and collage elements, so they can inspire me when I'm working.
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More information can be found on skylineartprints.com. Fine Art Paper is Archival Material: - Brand info : Epson Cold Press Bright - Thickness : 21 mil - Basis weight : 340 gsm - 100% Cotton Fiber - Acid, Lignen, & Chlorine Free - Bright White The cold press manufacture of this media provides an elegantly textured finish, enabling rich, deep blacks and an incredibly wide color gamut. This paper meets artist's requirements as an archival print media with a white point and contrast ratio without sacrificing the look and feel of a true fine art paper. Canvas is not officially archival material, but comes close: - Brand info : Epson Exhibition Matte - Thickness : 22 mil - Acid-free, Lignin-free, heavyweight cotton-poly blend This elegantly textured features soft-matte surface with a bright white point, exceptionally high Dmax, and wide color gamut. The canvas base is enhanced with elastic polymers providing high tensile strength and flexibility for gallery wrap stretching without cracking. Finishing All canvas prints are coated with a non-yellowing, UV resistant, liquid topcoat for added protection, durability, and print life. Acrylic and Metalic base are not archival materials.
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