Tuesday, September 14, 2010

A view into my studio

I have enjoyed in the past looking at photos of other artists studios. Many are very creative and interesting, giving a little insight into who that artist is as a person. I thought I would give you a glimpse inside my studio on a neat day (believe me when I say that it rarely is this neat). I am not sure what my space says about me. You can decide for yourself. If you are interested, you can read an interview with me and see more photos at From the Mixed-Up Files, the blog of Jennifer Berman.
This is where I work:
come on in!
where I cut paper:
where I draw:
where I waste time. . . I mean work on the computer:

my studio is the corner room of our house:
and, most importantly, my studio assistant Emerson.


Phyllis Harris said...

Oh my goodness Liza...your home and studio are gorgeous!!!!! Thanks for sharing!

Your wide plank wood floors are incredible and your house is in pristine condition! How old is it?

Really amazing! Sorry about all the exclamation points but I just couldn't help myself!! ;o)

Liza Woodruff said...

Thank you Phyllis. I am laughing at the phrase "pristine condition" used in the same sentence with our house. It is constant work keeping it up, and a losing battle. The house was built around 1850, and is Greek Revival. Reading your comment made my night and also made the task of removing the paint from my hair (painting the ceiling today) seem a little more worthwhile. :)