Monday, December 17, 2007

Daily Painters Studio Tour

The awsome artists on "Daily Painters" website are all going to post a picture of their studios. You can check them out by clicking on the Daily Painters widget. This is mine. Most of you have already seen the studio that I work from most of the time ,if not you can go back a few posts to see the Knowles Studio. This is my small studio at home which I get a lot of use from also, it's just hard to back up from a painting when you only have about 5 feet to back up and that is when the studio is clean, which it never is.
This is the most interesting feature of my studio. The cats private bathroom, designed by me to exhaust all cat box odors and paint fumes from the painting area. On the other side of this hole, which is cut through the wall of the house, is a plywood box containing two large litter trays( we can go about 30 days) with one of those window fans set on top to suck out the fumes. I leave it on low 24/7 and it works great!......Thats Rosie's butt...she loves her "Kittie Kan"!..........oh and I did not pick the drapes......


10 comments:

silvina said...

I'm completely fascinated every time someone shows their studio or work space. I feel like I just visited your private sanctum.

Kitty Kan? Ingenious! You're one of those really resourceful guys, aren't you.

Shant said...

Hey... looks great!

Ann said...

A place does not have to be neat and tidy to be functional...life is messy sometimes.
And Rosie is a lucky girl!

Delilah said...

Wow, my cats need this.

Robin Weiss said...

Hey Silvi, ya it is what it is. you can get some interesting insights into the artist by seeing their studio sometimes.

Robin Weiss said...

Thanks Shanti, i was looking for your studio but could'nt find it.

Robin Weiss said...

Hi Ann. Life is getting better all the time!

Robin Weiss said...

Thanks for stopping by Delilah! I have low cost plans;)

Jennifer McChristian said...

Looks like a welcoming, creative and cozy space.

Love the 'Kittie Kan'!!!
What an exceptional idea!

Robin Weiss said...

Thanks Jen! Hope you had a great Christmas!