Studio Sitting

At the Workhouse Arts Center, after one is juried in, one can choose about having a studio. As a plein air artist, I declined, in part because the studios have a time requirement that doesn't fit my lifestyle.

That said, I get to pretend I have a studio sometimes when I babysit studios for artists if they need time away. In the past, I've also gotten a lot done in the process. There is something to be said for dedicated space. Plus, I enjoy when I can hang there, too, as it is often a large contrast in styles and I get the exposure in return for my services.

For the next few weeks, I'll be sitting for Chris Appleton, then I'll be helping out Bronia Ichel toward the end of next month.

Come by and visit.

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