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Kirstin Livmanis, one of Ken’s staff, showing us his personal archive of work in his studio at The Rocks. Photo – Eve Wilson. Production – L...

I would love to have whiteboards or workspaces on rollers in my studio ///// Kirstin Livmanis, one of Ken’s staff, showing us his personal archive of work in his studio at The Rocks.

Maybe on a smaller scale, but this would be awesome to store unsold paintings. You can stagger them for a studio tour...allowing patrons to walk around each one.

Maybe on a smaller scale, but this would be awesome to store unsold paintings or adapted for quilts for sale in a studio. You can stagger them for an art studio tour.allowing patrons to walk around each one. Great for showcasing samples too

Creative ways to display art

Wall art: clipboards for displaying art and sketches for adults or for kids art display- Red Velvet Art store in Springfield, Missouri

displaying the paint colors like that is pretty genius so you dont buy ten of the same color cause you think youre out!

Such a great idea for the art room. I used IKEA picture ledges that I already had, drilled some holes in the bottom and inserted screw-eye hooks. The binder clips holding my paints just hang from the hooks.

Artist Fred Fowler in his Footscray studio.  Photo – Eve Wilson for thedesignfiles.net

The Footscray studio of artist Fred Fowler, featuring works created for ‘Another Day in Oceania‘, Fred’s upcoming exhibition with us at TDF Collect! Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

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