Thursday, April 28, 2011

Pictures In Space

My new studio was created from adjoining units in a large industrial storage facility on the outskirts of Brisbane. Sparse but functional – plain, corrugated steel walls, concrete floors and and shadeless overhead lights – it suits the sterile assembly line process that working on several high-gloss enamel paintings at once requires.
The photographs below were taken at random over the past few months but they could have all been taken in the same hour: there's a tedium, a sameness, about my days here that I find reassuring.

2 comments:

rino breebaart said...

wow - looks slightly bigger (and brighter) than a shipping crate.

dgcasey said...

I certainly hope your studio has a good air flow through it. We don't need you getting sick again. Just be careful.