Photographs of artist studios are endlessly fascinating to me. In many ways, they reveal more about an artist and their working methods than the work itself. This series of posts will give a glimpse of artists' working space and will hopefully shed some light on their working method. For convenience, I will start this series with some images of my own studio in Tucson, AZ. Over time, I hope to build a collection of studio shots from a curated selection of artist.
Ken Hill's studio with vintage oak drawing table, recently finished abstraction, and the particularly revealing blue tape ball.
Ken is a painter who currently lives in Ridgewood, NY and maintains a studio in Greenpoint.
About This Blog
This blog is meant to share an inside look at my studio practice. I will also be sharing links to other interesting blogs and web projects and will share news and exhibition opportunities from time to time.
See two of my paintings and an artist statement published in conjunction with the 26th Tallahassee International Exhibition at the Florida State Museum of Fine Art.
Check out these two recent articles which mentioned my work in the Tucson Weekly. The first by Margaret Regan and another written by Rachel Cabakoff.
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