Where Do You Create? (Writer’s Retreats & Artist’s Studios)

I’ve found some interesting places that writers and artists create on my virtual travels. Join me for a look at some historical, mobile, funky weird, and well…more normal…artist studios.

All photos link to their original authors.

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Famous Author Studios

Roald Dahl’s writing hut, The Gipsy House 51b7095ffb04d60a6f000361._w.540_s.fit_ 

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George Bernard Shaw’s writing hut, dubbed “London” so his staff wouldn’t be lying when they said he had “gone to London.”

 

FUNKY WEIRD STUDIOS

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A Writer’s Backyard Retreat (10×14) Lifestyle Studio Shed

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Ultimate Art Studio: Bridge Studio’s Saltbox House by Saunders Architecture

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Small Treehouse Studio

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Writer’s Hut

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Writer’s Pod

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Writer’s Caboose

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MOBILE STUDIOS

Airstream-Art-Studio-10  1963 Airstream Trailer Transformed into Beautiful Modern Studio

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Emergency Response Studio

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What to do with that broken down camper?

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10-19-2013 7-37-41 AMCreate on the water in this houseboat!

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STUDIOS FOR US NORMAL FOLK!

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About Karen Y. Hamilton

Karen leads workshops in Creative Writing, Poetry and Journal Therapy, and Memoir Writing. She has studied genealogy and personal histories since 1987, lecturing and leading workshops on Memoir Writing and Journaling to the community since 1998. Karen holds a BA in English and has studied Literature, Business, and Education at the graduate level. She is a former college instructor of English Composition and Reading. In the past, Karen has worked as a high school & middle school teacher. She currently works as a Curriculum Specialist and is an MFA Creative Writing student at Florida Atlantic University.
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One Response to Where Do You Create? (Writer’s Retreats & Artist’s Studios)

  1. I like the log cabin office and the white with floral outdoor office the best. Some of these are nice cozy spaces, but a little too closed in for me…lol.

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