Best Art Studio Inspiration

An artist’s studio is the place magic happens and there is nothing we love more than checking out how other artists organise their special space. Here at toastrack, we are lovers of design and would love to share with you our favourite studios to inspire the creation of your own.

Katie Strattons’ Light & Bright Art Studio

Freelance artist and painter Katie Straton has just started her new studio space after working from home for many years.

We love the light and airy atmosphere of her studio. In particular, we love how she is exclusively styled the place with bright white and natural timber supplies.

She loves the floors in her new studio that she describes as “so old and filthy and beautiful.” To help protect them from her mess, she made a faux cowhide rug out of a drop cloth. 

 

Maximillian Malone’s Fantastical Art Studio

Australia’s best collages are made in the heart of Brunswick by the talented Maximillian Malone.

We love the vibrancy of his studio which is filled with retro pieces – perfectly complimenting the aesthetics of his art.

Every artist needs plenty of air to breathe and dream which is why we think the plants make the perfect addition to his creative space.

 

Jessica Watts’ Blooming Art Studio

Jessica Watts oil painting collage artworks feature delicate blooms and vintage paper ephemera. Her studio is similarly blooming with colourful, vintage pieces making it the perfect place to create her works.

The studio is in the heart of Sydney’s North Head, a beautiful bushland area.

 

Ronen Bekerman’s Dream Art Studio

Okay, so this is not technically an art studio. This is actually an architectural visualisation of 3D artist Diego Querol’s dream art studio!

Diego Querol is a 3D artist based in Spain heading studio diego3dq, for Interior Design and Architecture through 3D modeling tools and lighting simulation. This art studio 3D rendering won the 2015 3dawards in Image – non commissioned category.

Diego worked on this project for 3 months – drawing inspiration from art studios on Pinterest, composing the objects using various processes and then doing the final lighting/temperature edits to complete the space.

 

Caisey Neistat’s Always Organised Art Studio

Filmaker and art maker Caisey Neistat’s studio is filled with everything a creative needs – there is a place for everything and everything is in its place. It is no wonder why his Youtube creative space hack tutorials are so popular.

We love how he has transformed the walls of the studio into a storage function.

 

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