Best part of my studio: working in a beautiful 1800s building downtown on Broad Street each day. Worst part: holy smokes it’s hot up here with one ancient AC unit (so worth it though)!
I really am so lucky to have my studio. It's located on the very top floor of an historic building in the very heart of Charleston on Broad Street. I want my studio to feel like a living room -- comfortable and creative. It's an eclectic mix of antiques, thrift finds and custom pieces. Including the pink velvet sofa that I had made in Charleston. My favorite element of the studio is the fireplace with the simple mantle molding and iron metalwork. I also love the 9x4 foot painting I made for the space. It's inspired by Miro, my favorite artist (and the name of my niece).
Photo by Timothy Kelly.
Thanks for taking a look into my studio!