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sneak peek: lisa congdon {studio}

by anne

in the past we’ve visit the kitchen of the talented lisa congdon (literally and with a recipe), but today we have a very special look into where all the magic happens: her studio. the wonderful old brick building located near 18th and york in san francisco serves as the work space for lisa and her friend jamie, another artist friend (only lisa’s space is pictured here). skylights span half the ceiling, making vast amounts of natural light, especially in the late afternoon.  lisa says, “i always love being here, mostly because it is so peaceful; I can sit and paint, while I listen to npr or music, surrounded by my weird collections, the books I use for inspiration and lots of color.” click here for lisa’s latest work, and here to see larger and a few additional images of the space). enjoy! {thanks, lisa!}anne



CLICK HERE for the rest of Lisa’s peek after the jump!







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