Pat Morrow

Studio Sanctuaries - Part 1

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Studio Sanctuaries - Part 1

This is a crafthaus exhibition where we take a peek where our work is made. The exhibit honors our studio spaces where we spend most of our time.

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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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Our Studio Reflects Our Personality and Visa Versa.

Started by Tom Supensky. Last reply by Tom Supensky Nov 9, 2010. 2 Replies

If we are happy with how we have set up our studio, we probably will be producing work that fits our personality. In other words, we need a space that allows us to create according to who we are.…Continue

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Comment by Jay Whaley on November 10, 2010 at 9:46am
Pat,
It was a pleasure working with you, thanks for all your efforts.
Roaming through all the studios was wonderful, an intimate peek
into the minds of wonderfully imaginative folks. Thank you all for sharing.
If ever in San Diego, this is an open invitation to visit Whaley Studios, call 619-299-9619 to make certain that we are in.
Terrie, for Jay
Comment by Ross Annels on November 9, 2010 at 2:12pm
Great show Pat -great idea and a really interesting set of spaces - cant wait to see the rest!
Comment by Angela Baduel-Crispin on November 9, 2010 at 1:25pm
Lovely to be able to fly around the world and visit the studios of so many talents just with ones finger-tips. I really love the way the photos are set up with the inside view and the final piece as the outcome of that boils inside. Congratulations, Pat ! And thanks !
Comment by Julie M. on November 9, 2010 at 11:34am
This is a great show!!! What a good idea. Amazing spaces and the beautiful artwork being made there. So interesting. Thank you Pat. There's a part 2? Can't wait.
Comment by Brigitte Martin on November 9, 2010 at 11:25am
Cheryl: Ellington in fact has gotten help in the studio since that last photo was taken: Emma, a little 4 month old St. Bernard puppy has joined him. ("Little" being a relative term in their case.)

I am happy to report that since joining us, Emma has taken it upon herself to run the previously neglected "filing of documents department" of the studio. Filing as in "shredding". She's really good at that.
Comment by Cheryl Eve on November 9, 2010 at 11:04am
Congrats Pat!!! Awesome job. Very well put together and presented.
Brigitte, I need a studio assistant too! Does Ellington have a brother?
: )
Comment by Sarah Abramson on November 9, 2010 at 9:10am
This is fabulous! I love all of the similarities of our work spaces, as well as the differences.

If any of y'all are ever in Brooklyn I love having visitors! Come on over the Greenpoint and say hello.
Comment by 2Roses on November 9, 2010 at 9:07am
Studios are the most personal of personal spaces. As artists, we are always fascinated by other artists working spaces.
Comment by Rickson on November 9, 2010 at 7:58am
Such an interesting experience looking at the cluttered, messy, caotic work spaces next to these refined, considered stunning works of art! What a profound contrast you've created in an exhibition. Thanks!
Comment by Anthony Scheffler on November 9, 2010 at 6:54am
This is great! The shop spaces are as varied and interesting as the works that come from each.
 

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