I felt like I was a little child, sneaking into the adult party to spy. I have a fascination with people's studios- almost a reverence. One's studio is intensely private, a place of refuge where you attempt to capture and express what is inside of you. Well, I was captured when I read the article on Jackson Pollock by Robyn Lea in the new edition of the Australian Est magazine.
Robyn takes us on a tour of Pollock's East Hampton home and studio, while giving us a thoughtfully written article on how it came to be so.
Without further adieu, head on over here to savor the details.