A visit with William Whitaker at his studio in Provo, UT
a visit with Ethelinda at her studio in Santa Fe, NM. “My studio is a sanctuary. It is important for it to be quiet, well lit, and spacious,” she says.
A visit with Andrea Kemp at her studio in Golden, CO. “My studio is fairly clean, which helps me to stay focused,” Kemp says. “I work best with minimalist surroundings.”
A VISIT WITH STAR LIANA YORK AT HER STUDIO IN ABIQUIU, NM. “I chose this ranch much because it is right across from the Santa Fe National Forest and near spectacular and colorful country, with everything from tall pine forests to wide-open canyons,” York says.
A VISIT WITH JOSEPH TODOROVITCH AT HIS STUDIO IN POMONA, CA. “My studio is located in Pomona on the second floor of the Progress Building facing Third Street,” Todorovitch says. “The most I know about the building is that it was built in the Art Deco style and used to house the Progress Bulletin newspaper.”
A VISIT WITH JESSE POWELL AT HIS STUDIO IN MONTEREY, CA | “My studio is located in the historic American Tin Cannery building on Cannery Row,” Powell says. “The studio sits on the third floor facing the Pacific Ocean and has 20-foot-high ceilings, the original 12-foot-tall windows, and the original brick walls.”
A Visit With Craig Kosak at his Studio on Whidbey Island, WA | “The first thing you notice about my studio is that it’s new,” Kosak says. “The first chapters of my painting career were spent in art schools and rental studios…As my career matured, I needed more space…”
A VISIT WITH ROBERT C. JACKSON AT HIS STUDIO IN KENNETT SQUARE, PA | “I rent space in an old 1925 American Legion building,” Jackson says. “It has wooden floors, plaster walls, and high ceilings. It’s not big, but I’m comfortable here. It’s coming up on six years that I have been here, so it has slowly transformed into a home for me.”
A VISIT WITH JOSH TOBEY AT HIS STUDIO IN LOVELAND, CO | “My wife, JoJo, and I live in the mountains 35 minutes from Loveland, CO, and about six miles, as the crow flies, from Estes Park. Our property is surrounded by national forest on two sides,” Tobey says. “The studio is a two-story metal building. It has big windows to take advantage of the view of the surrounding mountains and of Loveland in the distance.”
A visit with Cynthia Eckhardt at her studio in Arroyo Seco, NM | Eckhardt says her studio “looks like one of the old adobe churches you see in little communities throughout northern New Mexico. It even has a bell tower. I designed it, and it was a ton of fun. I even included a nave at the end of the building that is flanked by two cupboard beds.”