My current painting space in my tiny NYC apt.
During the fall semester of my senior year in college I gave photography a shot. Not knowing what I was getting my self into I opted to always relate photo with painting. The following images are of the studio spaces in the Senior Studio at the Hartford Art School. Through the lens of the camera I discovered that there was something aesthetically pleasing about the way some of the painting spaces looked. I was fixated with blobs of paint on work tables, brushes dipped in turps and tubes of paint squeezed to the last drop. My painting teacher once said that she thought that the idea of an artist working alone in the studio was very humbling, and I had agreed with it but had never really experienced that kind of a feeling until I was left alone to work in the senior studio. I walk around the room and took these images, all inspired by the act of creation that my fellow painters left for me to witness.
Parkville Art Studios, Hartford, CT