Saturday, 21 January 2012

My studio

My studio at Konstepidemin. I rent it (toghether with Helena Roos) when the owner (Pecka Söderberg) is out travelling around the world. Alexandra paied me a visit, she just came home from Colombia.

19 comments:

The Wild Fairy said...

Camilla, that is a real,gorgeous artist's studio! Wonderful. Love your Bialetti coffee jug - we have one bubbling away several times a day as well! ;)

prentje said...

Love those legs hanging at the ceiling ;-)

céline said...

Love the space, it's must be great to work there. Who's legs are hagging at the ceeling? great picture ;-)

Samantha said...

What a great-looking, airy space! I also like the mystery legs poking down.

noreen said...

really beautiful and useful space. thanks for sharing!

ElleSee said...

What a wonderful space! So much light :)

tima no mundo said...

lovely space camilla!

Patrice A. said...

nice place!
and those legs
made me smile

wish you a fine weekend!

Rebecca said...

Fina foton, fin ateljé!

Laura Barbuto said...

Great studio. I like the first picture, a very normal table and... some legs hanging from the ceiling!

Leo K said...

a perfect dream! so lovely!!! Congratulations

CRISTINA said...

Bellissimo!

Sally said...

thanks for sharing some pics of your gorgeous studio, and for the link to Alexandra's blog

harold hollingsworth said...

very wonderful, and the coffee, so very very necessary. Keep up the wonderful work!

Natsumi said...

ah love the little feet poking out.

Mary Pullen | Between the Leaves said...

Hello Camilla,

Random question - does the coffee maker take long on the electric ring? Have only used on gas before...

Thank for any advice on the coffee front :-)

Look forward to tales of your 2012 making....

All the best,

Mary

Camilla Engman said...

Not so much longer than on gas, but I guess that depends on the stove.

ana ventura said...

Perfect! Big windows, microwave and a machine coffee :-) enjoy it !

Gracia said...

It's been too long... Hello! Popping up from long absence, it feels. I am in the (home-based) studio day and night and loving it. Though tiring, it is good this feeling of focus and intensity.

Thanks for these visual delights, said the mole slowly resurfacing.