5 Artist Studios that Make Us Swoon A peek inside the spaces where artists make it all happen.
It’s safe to say that most of us have dreamed at some point of having our own private garret—a space that’s sole purpose is fostering personal creativity. Who wouldn’t want an artist studio to escape to, right? The daily life of an artist working in their studio may be creatively intense, but it sure sounds appealing compared to cubicle life. From Los Angeles to Berlin, Twyla artists have some enviable work spaces around the globe. Here’s a look inside the studios of five of our artists with particularly beautiful and inspired spots for making their work.
Lives in Berlin
Wil’s work combines photo-montage, sculpture and painting in unconventional assemblages that defy categorization, but loosely reference modern masters such as Frank Stella. His work is heavily influenced by music, rhythm and the transformation of materials.
Lives in New York and Los Angeles
Kim is a watercolorist who uses an unforgiving wet-on-wet technique to create ethereal images that teeter on the edge of presence and absence.
Lives in Berlin
Winston makes paintings that walk the line between abstract and representational and exude a sensational feel through vivid colors and bold brush strokes.
Lives in New York
Amy creates collages and paintings by using found elements like packaging, bar codes, price stickers and maps to challenge commercialism.
Lives in Brooklyn
Informed by everything from Surrealism to Polish poster design, Daniel manipulates and transforms historical source materials into paintings and illustrations that depict evocative and surreal situations.