19 September 2016

Studio peeks

My writing for Quilters Companion magazine during the past year has allowed me to take peeks into the creative habits and workspaces of some fabulous Australian textile artists and quilt makers. It's such a privilege!

Just like peering through a window, I catch glimpses of how these artists arrange their spaces and go about their creative work. Even better, I get to share these glimpses with you in the magazine.

In the current issue, number 81, Sue Reid shares her passion for the colour orange.

In the last issue, number 80, Mary McArdle explains how her well-ordered workroom facilitates the creation of her textile works.

It's an honour to share these stories with readers. 

What do you like about seeing artists' studios? Do you pick up tips from their organisation or methods of working? Let us know!

Perhaps you've missed these issues of Quilters Companion? You can subscribe to the print version here or here or here. Or maybe you'd prefer a digital edition? Try here or here.

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