Creating Something Out Of Nothing

Posted: July 21, 2012

Several years ago, I moved my art studio to my home.
There are “goods” and “bads” to this working arrangement.

Good – You can work in your jammies!
Bad – You can work in your jammies!
You get the idea.

So when an opportunity came up for a temporary arrangement for a public space art studio to create Pacific-ly – I thought PERFECT.

And so it is!

Suddenly, I find myself at 344 3rd St. in LB. Physically putting together this sort of organic idea of an environment, exhibition and working space. I have enough space to build art and hang it as I go – and to arrange and rearrange. Building an exhibition around myself in a sense. How cool!

Anyway, I can’t wait to finish the cleaning and prepping (which I must mention is very important part of the process for me to set up a space) and get busy working on the rest of Pacific-ly art pieces – and creating this “alive” space in progress.

Here are a few photos of the space. Big white walls (still mostly blank)!
LOVE IT. I feel very lucky today!
Thanks Art Ex.

Margie Darrow Studio back to front photo

Space on 3rd Street – Looking to front

 

From outside – front window. Pacific-ly sign with information. Not much going on yet.