A few weeks ago I travelled over to Cambridge to visit the annual artists' Open Studios there. I had not been before and have wanted see the studio of artist Charlotte Cornish whose work I have been admiring for a few years. Charlotte's work is gorgeous - really vivid coloured abstract prints and paintings with inspiration taken from places she has travelled to:
Charlotte's studio is one of the most ideal spaces I have seen for creating wonderful works of art. I love the idea of being able to sit/lounge on this chaise longue and contemplate the work you have just produced. However, I think in real life this would be just a dream as I know how busy life is for a practising artist!
I love the floor of Charlotte's studio too as it is like a painting in itself:
The studio is really in a gorgeous setting, how can you fail to be inspired and produce good work in a place like this?