Godchecker.com - Your Guide To The Gods February 2010 Today we're being treated to another studio tour from one of our participants at Poppytalk Handmade, artist Martha McQuade of Uniform Natural Known for her consciously and ethically made clothing and scarves, Martha just launched her new home collection this past week. Martha shares with us not only her amazingly organized studio but adds a few tips at the end on setting up an inexpensive workspace. Thanks Martha! Artist Name: Martha McQuadeShop site: uniformnatural.bigcartel.comWebsite: uniformnatural.comBlog: cargocollective.com/mwmworkbookCity: Minneapolis, MN Where in your home/apartment/city is your studio located? What equipment/tools do you use? Do you have an inspiration board, and can you tell us what is inspiring you now? How do you create best (e.g. do you listen to music while you create and if so what?) List (3) of your favorite artists (with links, list the link, then the name) ann hamiltonuta barth If yours isn't, what would be your perfect studio? Thank you Martha!
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Color Me Katie Dangerous Minds Essentials of Buddhism - core concepts Alice in Waterland by Elena Kalis | yatzer | Design Architecture photo © Elena Kalis What if Alice, after falling and falling inside the Rabbit hole, ended straight to the ocean? And what if the ocean surrounded a small island in the Bahamas? Although it may seem confusing, Elena Kalis imagined an underwater version of the classic Alice in Wonderland tale, only that this time it’s Alice in… Waterland! Kalis is a visual artist that was born in Russia and is specialized in underwater photography. photo © Elena Kalis Well Elena, how did you decide to experiment with underwater photography? You have been living for the last ten years on a small island in the Bahamas. Which are the main difficulties you come up as far as working under water is concerned? What is that people find so amazing about the Alice in Wonderland story and how did you decide to create your own version? Which are the things that inspire you on a daily basis? You come from Russia that has a big tradition in fairy tales. You often use your kids and friends as your models. sources: