My studio exists in a variety of forms as it needs to accommodate my multiple ways of working.
I have set up a studio in my car, on a kitchen table, within a shop, on a ship, in a bedroom, and in portacabins, like at the Ness of Brodgar. Just give me a flat surface and oil or watercolour paint and I am fine.
I have had a “studio” on Dundas Street, 59 Victoria Street, at the Northlight Gallery, the inside side of my car, within a Stromness stone house called The Gatehouse, on a camp stool and in a portocabin at the Ness of Brodgar archaeology dig as an artist in residence. I travel for my art and also work back in my native New York State and Whitney Point, New York.
I paint and I print. I even use oil pastels and graphite. Sometimes I use sticks, feathers, and stones to apply colour. However, wherever I work and with whatever medium I choose, the theme is always the land, sky, and standing stones of Orkney.
Clearly I will paint anywhere so that my studio is a flexible location. As it changes, so does the way my work evolves. You can buy selected giclees of my original work from J B Rosey in Stromness or online at https://island-to-island.scot.