Building a Dream Studio With Determination And Sweat Equity.

Artist Dean Fisher shares the story behind his art studio

Artist Dean Fisher talks about his studio on the Savvy Painter podcast.

After artists Dean Fisher and his wife Jo moved to the U.S. from Europe, they looked for ways to keep their overhead as low as possible so that they could both continue painting without a lot of stress. They started in California, then spent a few years in Tennessee before moving to Connecticut. How they got there is a fascinating story of determination, a bit of luck, and a lot of sweat equity.

You might remember I interviewed Dean a while back. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to Dean talk about his art, listen to this episode!

Links

An interview with Dean Fisher
Dean’s website: deanfisherpaintings.com

Dean’s Workshop in France:
June/July 2016 Click here for info

The house in Tennessee

BEFORE:

Dean Fisher and his wife Jo bought this fixer upper in Tennessee
Dean Fisher and his wife Jo bought this fixer upper in Tennessee
Moving the tarp
Moving the tarp
The work begins: Fixing the roof.
The work begins: Fixing the roof.
Another section of roof
Another section of roof
Installing sheetrock
Installing sheetrock
Building the Kitchen
Building the Kitchen
Making cabinets
Making cabinets

AFTER:

New bathroom
New bathroom
Might as well make a table and chairs
Might as well make a table and chairs

Dining Room

Painting goes on
Painting goes on

just like before

just like before 2


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