just got back from the torpedo factory moving to my studio on the third floor studio #316 across from the elevator and with one of the best views of the marina and water. though i am sad to leave the first floor with more foot traffic and visitors,but i am looking forward to some calm and quiet to be able to concentrate on my illustrated ceramics and more production work for the upcoming season. in my previous studio #32 will be taken over by another visiting glass artist, joseph cavalieri from the n.y.c. whom i just met to exchange notes and spoke about various things about the residency. i think that it is extremely important to bond with incoming artists in residency programs like that of the torpedo factory visiting artists program in order to create dialogue and exchange of ideas and different points of view. (above) is a panoramic shot of my studio #32 just before i dismantled everything and moved it to the third floor. having different creative spaces challenges creative people to learn to work in different situations and environments with a “sense of mobility” . speaking for myself, my environment effects my work and hoping that the view will help stimulate my creative juices in a different direction with the change of air . stay tuned for pictures of the new space.
september vap residency 2014
marcel artes deolazo
torpedo factory art center
105 n.union street
alexandria, va 22314
studio hours: wednesday – sunday 11am-6pm
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