Artists’ Studios: Lauren Fensterstock

In our Artists’ Studios series, four artists talk about how studio and place affect their work, and what Maine means to them.

Lauren Fensterstock is a Maine artist and curator whose recent work draws from the history of garden design to explore the impact of cultural position in the perception of natural environments. Her work is represented by Aucocisco Gallery, Sienna Gallery, and Walker Contemporary.

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Produced by Allen Baldwin at Strongpaw Productions.

Comments

  1. Posted October 29, 2012 at 2:31 pm | Permalink

    I had the pleasure of meeting Lauren some years back. This video is though was beautifully done- especially liked Lauren’s comment about how she found benefits having an intimate studio in a smaller space.

    Another artist with part time ties to Maine, Edward Hopper, built a studio a little to the south out near the tip of Cape Cod and painted there half of each year for 30 years. Like Lauren Fensterstock, Hopper designed a surprisingly modest sized studio for him to live and work in.

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