Matt Demers mattdemersart.com My studio is on Water Street in Gardiner, Maine. I put a sign on the sidewalk when I’m there for people to make their way up off the
Jenny Brillhart www.jbrillhart.com The studio is both source and location. As I get older it seems that the subject or narrative of the painting is inseparable from the place of making.
Julia M. Doughty www.juliamdoughty.com After reading The Artist’s Way, by Julia Cameron, I realized that what was “missing” and blocking me from my artistic journey was a place to call my
Russell D’Alessio www.rdalessioart.com I work between two studios, one located upstairs above retail shops overlooking Frenchmen’s Bay in Bar Harbor where I have a view of the Porcupine Islands, the sea
Eric Leppanen www.eleppanen.com I am an action painter who recycles old paint – giving it a new life and purpose. I try to create a constellation of different effects with paint by combining
JANICE ANTHONY JaniceAnthony.com This small room has been my studio for the last 34 years. It was built for me as a studio space when we built our house, and has
TONI JO COPPA ToniJoCoppa.com This is a corner of my studio in the Artist Studio Building on Congress Street in Portland. I highly value being part of the community within
BARBARA CONE bacrt.com It was through MassWax, a New England-based encaustic artist group I co-founded, that I learned about 26 Split Rock Cove Artist Retreat in South Thomaston. Last summer I
GEORGE MASON GeorgeMasonArt.com Big room studio: encaustic, assembly and occasional gallery Ground floor studio: wet works Since I live in what was once a church I have more room than most.
PAMELA HETHERLY pamelahetherly.com My studio is in a 10-sided tower overlooking the woods at my home in Mount Vernon. It’s a magical place loaded with memories. Though I wish it were