Pat Morrow

Studio Sanctuaries - Part 3

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Studio Sanctuaries - Part 3

Few things are more important to an artist than their workspaces. Part sanctuary, part workshop, part hang-out. This exhibit honors our studio spaces where we spend most of our time. Take a peek inside the third edition.

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About the Curator:

Pat Morrow is a studio furniture maker in Evergreen,Colorado. Each piece Pat creates is originally designed for the client's space, giving her work a wide range of styles. She has recently been recognized in "Fine Woodworking Design Book Eight", "500 Tables" by Lark Books, and "Studio Furniture, Today's Leading Woodworkers" by Schiffer. Pat's work is in homes across the U.S. and can be seen at www.trailmixstudio.com.

 

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Comment by 2Roses on November 24, 2011 at 11:20am

Great Job, Pat! This series just keeps getting better and a better.

Comment by Cyd Rowley on November 23, 2011 at 6:36am

It's so great to get a glimpse of how other artistic minds work when it comes to personal work spaces - what they mean to the artist, how they're laid out, what the priorities are.  Thanks Pat for a wonderful on line exhibit

Comment by jenny Fillius on November 22, 2011 at 9:23pm

Oh Pat, another job well done! These spaces look fantastic. I am green with envy for the larger ones. Oh to have that space to fill with tin, such a joyous thought. Thanks again.

Comment by Deborah Lozier on November 22, 2011 at 7:47pm

Having a big space is a great luxury, but certainly not the ingredient for good work. Some of my best leaps of insight and invention happened in a tiny space in my bedroom, under the "sky bed" my husband built for me in our Minneapolis apartment. With no money and little space I decided to use a torch to fire my enamel and discovered a whole new way of working. As the old saying goes, "Size doesn't matter! Its what you do with what you have..."

Comment by Thea Clark on November 22, 2011 at 10:38am

As a basement studio mole I am envious of all these light filled spaces (what I want when I grow up) I've been to Deborah Lozier's studio once and  wished I could move in. I can also relate to the horizontal space addiction. Thank you to everyone for openning a window to your world and to Pat for putting together such an eye catching exhibit. Well done!

Comment by Alison B. Antelman on November 22, 2011 at 12:21am

Pat, thank you for putting, yet another studio sanctuaries together. It's clear we all LOVE our spaces and our time in them. 

 

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