Robert Brindley

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Setting Up Your Studio (Part Three)

Lighting is a very important element when planning your studio. Many of us will be working indoors during the long winter months and it is vital to achieve a good and constant level of light.
In my studio I have a balance of natural and artificial light. I have a ‘Velux’ roof window letting in lots of light straight from the sky, together with a large window which faces North East and gives a good steady light source throughout the day. It may seem ideal, but having direct sunlight pouring directly into your studio all day can be difficult to cope with. I had some of these problems when living at Sandsend, and seemed to spend most of the day drawing curtains and blinds to prevent the sun from cutting across my work.

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