Wednesday, 19 August 2015

No studio

Two thoughtful friends helped me move my machinery out of my studio last weekend (16/8/2015) down two flights of archaic early 20th century stairs. Not suprisingly, their stoic effort is now etched in my consciousness. 

I am now looking for a ground floor studio.
Ideal features:
- Long walls with minimal architectural interruptions for large scale drawings
- Ideally, and in a perfect world, a space that has tall walls. Below are a selection of 6m long drawings, Die Papageien (2014) which I hope explains why tall walls would help.

India Zegan, Die Papageien (2014) Watercolour pencils on archival Fabriano paper (200gsm)



My studio regularly gets reconfigured depending on what projects I am pushing through. As I am sometimes a dust maker- I have invested in a particle filter (square box shaped machine at right, centre) and dust extraction (background at left). The next projects I want to start on involve making objects and large scale drawings.

Lady Luck

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