My studio is in a heritage listed series of terraces in a former military site in Mosman. It’s the sunny corner suite facing north east that looks over the bushland and Sydney harbour.
It’s vital to my work (and wellbeing) to be in a space that is closely connected to nature.
The double French doors that open on to a verandah, grass and bushland.
I use this outside space to do messy work, or just sit and watch the kookaburras and magpies and enjoy the view.
The two large Bunnings trestle tables.
Not glamourous, but it means I can easily configure them depending on what I’m weaving and it doesn’t matter if I mark them.
The light from the large windows which link me to outside, provides nature light on my work and also means I can sit and weave in the afternoon winter sun.
Can't live without...
I have very few tools (just my hands) but
I do need my secateurs
and small wire cutters
and bent nose pliers.
My thermos filled with organic peppermint tea.
Over the next few months there will be an email come into your box on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.