A few months back, Art&Seek launched a living space on our site in which local artists can tell us about where they create. It sounded like a good way to get involved with a joint program between La Reunion TX and the Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art. If you missed guest blogger Sarah Jane Semrad’s post from Monday about the cool panel discussion those groups are having at the DMA on Thursday, it will get you caught up on all the details.
Today I’ve added two more locals to the Artist Spaces page.
First up is Mary Haverfield. You might remember her from her Art&Seek Q&A a few weeks back, when she discussed her illustrations for Moonbird, Moonbird Fly Away With Me, the children’s guide to the Nasher Sculpture Center. Mary says that after working in garages, attics and wherever she could find space, she’s happy as can be working in her very own studio.
Also joining our little tour is Will Clarke. Will is the author of Lord Vishnu’s Love Handles: A Spy Novel (Sort Of), among other books. After writing at Starbucks for years, he got tired of uncomfortable chairs he says and decided to dedicate a spot in his house for writing.
If you’d like to join our tour, shoot me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll get you set up.