Art world links which caught my eye…
Andrew Wyeth’s Studio, Chadds Ford, PA
I love the ambiance of an artist’s studio. It’s an opportunity to see how their minds worked, revealed by how they arranged their tools and materials. A dedicated workspace where the magic happens, studios may often have a humble or industrial appearance.
Now you may have the chance to see some historic studios in person:
If a roadtrip is in your future, a new publication from Princeton Architectural Press may be just what you need to add some art history to your vacation. Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios, by Valerie A. Balint, will lead you to some of America’s art historical gems.
The forty-four museums in this network are found in all regions of the country, and include some of America’s most famous artistic voices, like Georgia O’Keeffe and Jackson Pollock. Visiting the homes and studios of these visionaries presents a unique opportunity to step into their shoes and experience their everyday lives. Many of the homes were designed by the artists themselves, making them their own work of art. Here we highlight eight stunning studios and homes that convey artists’ lives and legacies.
See the full article here: ART & OBJECT – 8 Famous Artist Homes and Studios You Can Visit
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