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In today’s blog post, have you ever wondered what it’s like within some of your favourite artists and designers studios? We see there work everywhere, but we don’t necessary know how they create their pieces of art, and in what situations these are created.
We’re featuring the studio of Chuck Close, the odd couple of Gilbert and George, the fantastic and creative studio of Antony Gormley, and who other than the great Pablo Picasso.
The Studio Of Chuck Close
Starting off with Chuck Close, whose work blows us away at Graphic Tide, Chuck has become a popular figure within the art world, and is really fascinating to see how he constructs his art.
He was severely paralysed in 1988, and works from his wheelchair within his studio.
It’s great to see him work in such detail, and how he works is even more fascinating.
Turning his big pieces of art horizontally, upside down, and vertically, Chuck is able to work on such a large scale, whilst sitting down.
Working from reference, Chuck is then able to construct his incredible artworks, for us to throughly enjoy!
Antony Gormley’s Studio
An iconic and remarkable British artist is the great Antony Gormley, whose studio is bursting with creativity, productivity and activity.
Antony Gormley is well known for his sculpture work, who created the famous ‘Angel of the North’ in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England.
You can see that Gormley’s studio is spacious, with a lot of room to breath. This is especially important within any studio, so you can step back from your work, and see how it’s unfolding.
Located in London, Gormley’s studio is full with his own work, from figurative work, hanging off the wall work to other abstract work, everywhere is an inspiration for the artist.
He has a large team behind him to help create his pieces of art, and you can see them working hard within these studio images.
Gilbert & George’s Studio
If you haven’t heard of Gilbert and George, they’re quite the odd couple.
These two artists have worked together for the last 30 years, are known for their brightly coloured, often controversial photographic style of art, whose work you either love, or hate.
These well known figures are known for their ‘shocking’ imagery, which they want to tackle and address.
With the use of some massive printers and screen printing facilities, Gilbert and George can construct their images, which is all shown below.
The Studio Of Pablo Picasso
We don’t think this guy needs an introduction.
We’re featuring one of the most famous artists on all time to finish this blog post, so we better get it right.
If you’ve ever wondered what Pablo Picasso’s studio looks like, look no further!
His studio is full of paintings, inspiration, ornaments, chairs, which all really sum up what Picasso is all about.
You can often see Picasso posing for the pictures, studying a figure for his paintings, and an absolute classic of ours, him holding a sword!
That’s a great look!
Picasso’s art was full of colour, life, and excellently represented his own personality, these pictures have been a joy to dig up for you guys!
What Does Your Studio Look Like?
We hoped you’ve liked this blog post about famous artists studios.
It’s been really fun digging these up for you, and we hoped you’ve become inspired to create some of your own art, we know we have!
Be sure to send us a few of your photographs of your studios, we’ll love to form a blog posts about your studios!
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