Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Afternoon in the Studio


We've visited my very dear friend and multi-talented artist, Kevin Irwin's charming studio before.  I really liked this view because the late afternoon light just illuminated her work table so well. For those of you who haven't met Kevin, she specializes in clay, glass, jewelry, and is a fine painter. Almost doesn't seem fair that one person can be so talented!  If you'd like to see more of her work that I've featured on my blog, go herehere, and here.

13 comments:

Olivier said...

belle photo (et lumiere) de ce studio d'artiste

B SQUARED said...

Kind of looks my office. Unfortunately, I'm not an artist.

jb said...

"...specializes in clay, glass, jewelry, and is a fine painter."

Sounds more like a polymath to me...

Daryl said...

Art studios and art supply catalogs always make my painter gene twinge ..

Virginia said...

jb,
Learned yet another new word from you today! :)

Daryl,
Moi aussi!

B2,
I can only imagine what the FLDP headquarters executive suite looks like!HA

Merci Olivier, joyeux anniversaire!

altadenahiker said...

Looks sort of like my kitchen right now.

TheChieftess said...

Looks like a fun place to be!!!

Jilly said...

What a beautiful studio. Superb light in this photo. Yes I remember this talented artist. So glad to see where she works. Wonderful lady!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I'm struck by how neat it is yet full of various projects. Kevin must be disciplined as well as talented.

Virginia said...

Yes, Kevin is so multi-talented and what struck me on my first visit to her studio was how organized it was into the different areas of her expertise. Most artists I've found are pretty carefree in their workspace. Kevin's just fascinated me. I'm off for an open house of her work and other artists soon so maybe I'll have more photos for you!
V

brattcat said...

Well, regarding the talent thing, the same could be said about you, V. It's always amazing to look at an artist's workspace. This is no exception. Is that a water view out the windows?

Marie-Noyale said...

Beautiful light!
I would not mind becoming an artist in such a great looking place..

Nathalie said...

Makes you want to be an artist, just to spend some time in this studio every day. What a charming place!!!