Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Norman Lindsay: shedworker

Australian artist and writer Norman Lindsay was something of a multiple-shedworker. His first wooden studio was replaced by a stone one called the Etching Studio (pictured above) which also had a verandah and was later lived in by his daughter Jane. The second was made from a building material he made himself using his own coke and cement blocks (this was a bit rickety and was taken down about 80 years ago). And his third studio, pictured below, was a favourite space of his for painting. For more details about all his shedworking life and intriguing artistic career, click here.Via Studioni's Blog
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