Studio Spaces: Up In the Air Somewhere

My window at the studio
My masterful dip drying system

I love visiting studios, and second best thing are images like these. Taken from Up in the Air Somewhere which is the studio of Chicago-based artist and designer, Susan Dwyer. With a sculpture background, Dwyer began creating a line of ceramic and papier-mâché vessels inspired by the clean, minimal lines found in industrial architecture. The silos, warehouses and watertowers that dot the Chicago landscape are transformed into elegant vases, votives and planters. Because they are individually hand-built without the use of molds, every vessel has its own organic, one-of-a-kind character. Her studio really matches her work. Minimal, industrial with splashes of colour!

Table Top
Gold Lip Dishes

Jan Halvarson


Amelia Morris said...

wow, love this space and the new look of the blog!

enchantedartist said...

What a great space! I love seeing where other artists create too. :-)

Marybel said...

Great place to get some serious work done!

jamieofalltrades said...

Gorgeous work!