Here is a photo of the studio I worked in for thirteen years (before that, I was a potter, and when I started doing freelance work and painting I used an upstairs tiny bedroom in the house).
|Though this upstairs in a barn served me well for many years, its main challenges were the knee walls and gable ceiling, and the lack of running water in the building. No sink, no bathroom.|
|Beginning to pour concrete for the foundation|
|The deck is done and framing the walls begins|
|Second floor and loft framing begin|
|Beginning to close it in|
|Interior, sometime in the summer|
|Exterior, awaiting exterior insulation, strapping, and siding.|
|Drywall defines the space.|
|Exterior is insulated and strapped, shingles are going up.|
Here is a brief tour of the studio after the first day of working in it.