Ever wonder what an artist studio looks
like? And how they find inspiration within their own workspace?
We asked one of our
Fine Art America artist's, Linda Woods about her
art studio and how she stays creative and her artistic process. Linda Woods artwork can be described as
bright and playful designs and patterns. Her work is designed for home decor and accessories, corporate,
hospitality, and healthcare markets, as well as the motion picture and television industry. And her editorial photography
has been featured in national and international advertising campaigns.
"My workspace is in a small room
in our home. It has lots of natural light and the long built-in desk makes
it easy to spread out supplies. I love being able to create-scan-upload to
Fine Art America without having to leave my spot!"
"I display original art on simple white
shelves and keep watercolors, drawings, and photos in binders and boxes. I try to create at least one new piece per day, so keeping my art organized is
key (for my sanity and to keep business running smoothly)."
"I like to have my art easily accessible when
clients and buyers request something. I store supplies in bins and boxes on my shelves
where they are easy to see and grab while I am in a creative whirlwind. I try to limit
my supplies to necessities so I can focus on creating and getting art out into the world. "
"I think the most important
art supply is imagination and I love being able to spend hours in this space when inspiration strikes."