I’ve always been fascinated by artists and the imaginative worlds they create through their art. Naturally, this led to a curiosity about the spaces in which these worlds were created. I did some digging to find out what the studios of some of my favorite artists looked like and wanted to share my discoveries with you. I love how varied each work space is from the next, from the organized chaos of Alexander Calder’s converted ice house workshop to the methodically designed details of Joan Miro’s custom built studio.
Whether it’s glimpses of tools or prototypes strewn around that might have never seen the light of day, you can learn so much about an artist and their unique vision through their workspace. Scroll down to take a look inside the studios of some of my favorite artists (and make sure to scroll to the end to take a peek at my own workspace!).