Saturday, January 29, 2011

Adobe Studio


While at a small studio opening I came across this little adobe studio. The artist is from out of state and comes here periodically to work on this great little spot. I thought it would be a perfect little blogging studio, what do you think?

32 comments:

Dindin MK said...

Hmmm...
I'm so curious how it look like inside?

VP said...

I absolutely agree, I wonder why this lovely studio hasn't some more personal touch of its owner...

teca said...

I really liked and I imagine that there exists within a world of incredible skill and imagination.
A kiss dreamer...

Kathy said...

Oh,yeah. Or reading studio, or craft studio, or writing studio, and music stuido, or ....

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Good secret hide-out for any artistic work.

cieldequimper said...

A perfect little everything studio you mean! Reading, blogging, taking naps, listening to music...

Adobe bricks look cool.

Eyeliquor said...

I'll take it Randy!
And the bat!
Have a great weekend!

becky said...

blogging studio~ that's funny! does it have wifi? :)
I saw that VW w/ the frog giving the peace sign in town yesterday! happy saturday!
:)

Regina K said...

That would be a great little studio. Love the adobe.

Michael Rowland said...

I like the little bat house at the top,,,have a nice weekend,,,M

Kate said...

Absolutely! I think that these independently placed structures are perfect spots for writing, drawing, painting,...whatever gets one's creative juices flowing!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

DO IT!

Allison said...

yes, yes, yes!! I would love it as a writing studio! Are you going to buy it? :)

Jacob said...

Well, yes. If you need a studio to blog. Or just get away. Or hide from the authorities. ;-)

Perhaps you could make a deal and use it while the artist is out of town?

'Tis a cute little hut.

Luis Gomez said...

Looks like a great place Randy!

Sharon said...

It looks like a great little get-away place for most any kind of hobby.

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Pasé a saludarte y a desearte un buen fin de semana.

Saludos y un abrazo.

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

My first thought was a meth lab. Now see what the news media does to one's thought process! And I don't even watch or read the news, but there's no escaping it.

Jarart said...

What a great place! I love the door and the bat house.

RedPat said...

I think I would use it as an escape from the world. With internet service of course!

Lúcia said...

I think you're right Randy!
Have a good Sunday! ;-)

JM said...

It would be lovely even without Batman! :-)

NYC In Photographs said...

Looks nice and cozy.

Ah, I know, I am just so selfish with all of this snow! I will just have to remember to send some (and have the rate postage this time). =)

Have a good weekend!

bfarr said...

i agree. or for a little reading or listening to some music.

Magpie said...

Does look like a lovely hideaway. I love the bat house!!!

yas said...

I wonder what they are doing inside, too..... and what Bat mark means....
Have a good Sunday!

1ondoncalling said...

Ha ha!
You bet.

Dawn said...

Blogging studio- or just a Getaway Studio!!!!
Love it!

DANI said...

Bonita foto Randy, cojonuda!!!

Una abrazo enorme

T. Becque said...

It looks like a little cottage - perfect for an artists studio.

LaRoach: Microstock Photos said...

I think I know where this is. If I'm not mistaken, it's a photographer who owns this little adobe and this is where he applies encaustic to his pieces.

texwisgirl said...

You have a wonderful blog here! Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving a comment. I see you follow two of my favorite bloggers (Eyeliquor and this gallimaufry life).

Your surroundings there are beautiful! And yes, this would make a wonderful studio of any kind! :)