Take a Tour of my Studio – 2
I was recently at a family do, chatting with one of my cousins who was interested in my work and studio. I wanted to share photographs of my studio, which I shamefully didn’t have. I had plenty of my work though. Also it’s been 3 years since I last allowed you into my studio at Two Queens in Leicesters Cultural quarter. The space has changed a lot since that original post. My work has grown, changing in medium and scale over that time. I still have a few old model hiding under the cardboard which I have collected, whilst the space is in a constant state of change as I move from one work to another.
My studio from the corridor
I’m cheeky and use empty spaces to document my work.
All cardboard donations are welcome. I’ve taken on so much I have to find the time to find the space.
The cardboard tables from one of my previous group shows.
Below, around and behind the saloon are the model miniatures from “Playing with Plastic”
Today’s work drying out ready to pick up again next time in the studio.
I’ve still got all the kit, paint and more
A few cardboard tubes I’ve picked up in the last few years, you never know when they’ll come in useful.
The more substantial shelving, houses pieces I might want to return to or exhibit.
cardboard I’ve had time to sort out.
Where all the magic happens!