martes, 8 de octubre de 2013

Divine Studios, Amy Merrick - Estudios Divinos, Amy Merrick

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Photo by Jennifer Causey


You may not remember this as it happened a long, long time ago (back in May in fact), we were renovating the attic which is were my studio is and I was looking at other artists’ studios for inspiration. The renovating, albeit a very small one, took forever, which means that I had plenty of time to look (and drool over) other people’s work spaces.

Photo by Jennifer Causey

One day I came upon the work of the very talented photographer Jennifer Causey and her “The Makers” project, a series of gorgeous photos depicting artists at work in their studios.  Most of these artists are New York based and all of the studios are amazing, but there is one, that for me, stood out from the rest, and that is the work space of the Florist Amy Merrick. Wow. All I could think of was I want that studio (I still do, in fact, I wouldn’t mind living in it), and then, I want to be a florist! (this last wish was soon forgotten as I have no talent with flowers whatsoever).

Photo by Jennifer Causey

The pictures of Amy’s studio and work were so amazing that I googled her to find out more about her work, I found her blog and read it all in one go! That was a lot of reading  (the blog starts in 2007!) but for me it was totally worth it as it is one of the most beautiful and inspirational blogs that I had ever read.  Lately she has not been posting very often but she is very active in Instagram and each of her photos is a real treat.
Enjoy!
Igual no os acordais de esto ya que hace mucho, mucho tiempo (nos tenemos que remontar a Mayo). Estábamos de mini reforma en el ático, que es dónde está mi estudio, y yo me dedicaba a mirar estudios de otros artistas para inspirarme y dejar el mío bonito.  Aunque nuestra reforma consistía en pintar, muebles nuevos y poco más, por esas cosas en el mundo-reforma se hizo eterna, con lo cual tuve mucho tiempo para mirar (y babear) con los estudios de otros artistas.
Un día me topé con el trabajo de una fotógrafa alucinante, Jennifer Causey y su proyecto “The Makers”, una serie de fotos increíbles de varios artistas trabajando en sus estudios.  La mayor parte de los artistas trabajan desde Nueva York y merece la pena verlos todos, pero hay uno en especial que me dejó prendadita, y es el estudio de la Florista Amy Merrick.  Wow.  Nada más verlo pensé… quiero ese estudio! (todavía lo quiero, incluso me mudaría a vivir en el), y luego pensé ya no quiero hacer más pendientes, ahora quiero ser florista! Pero eso me duró poco porque las flores se me dan fatal.
Las fotos del estudio de Amy y de su trabajo eran tan alucinantes que decidí “googlearla” para ver más cositas y encontré su blog, el cual me leí del tirón.  Mucha lectura ya que el blog empezó en el 2007, pero oh-tan-maravilloso! Creo que es de los blogs más bonitos e inspiradores que he leído jamás.  Últimamente no lo tiene muy actualizado, pero es muy activa en Instagram y todas sus fotos son una delicia.
Espero que os guste!!


13 comentarios:

  1. Wow, this is so beautiful! Your blog is amazing! Let me know if you wanna follow each other and thanks a lot for your last comment! I really appreciate :)
    Lots of love!

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  2. It' so pretty and romantic!
    Lovely blog dear, what about following each other via GFC and Bloglovin? Just let me know!
    Xxx

    Carolina

    www.the-world-c.blogspot.com

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  3. Hey dear!
    Thanks so much for your comment and for putting my blog in your blog- list! That made me really happy :) I follow you too now (sorry I didn"t do before... somehow I was confused). I don't eat dairy products any more cause I figured out after reading lots of books that its actually not that healthy. I try to live a very heathly lifestyle, not only because I think its good for my body and my mood but also because I actually think its a lot of fun to cook healthy food and try new dairy- free recipes etc :)

    Lots of love!

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  4. That is a stunning studio, I'd like to be a florist but couldn't take the cold, I need my heat on all day!

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  5. La verdad que es una preciosidad! Un beso y feliz finde

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  6. A mi con que tenga luz natural y alguna buena vista...sería perfecto.
    Un estudio...jajaja...sería un sueño....y eso que tengo un "estudio" vacío debajo de casa....pero es un sueño que tendrá que esperar....

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  7. Wow -- what a beautiful blog you have here. And your jewelry is soooo pretty! Thanks for the link to Amy's blog -- so floral and gorgeous!!!

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  8. Reyes!
    Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful blog!and her work!!
    Have a nice day!!! :)

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  9. Hey again!
    I wish you a most wonderful weekend :)

    Lots of love!

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  10. Super kisses doll!

    Carolina

    www.the-world-c.blogspot.com

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  11. Thank you for your last comments dear! They made me really happy! I also think its time to get my winter coats out :( Hope you will find some shorts which you like on yourself soon :) I would love to them on your blog!
    Have a wonderful start in the week!

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  12. Precioso el trabajo de esta mujer. ¡Gracias por pasarte por mi blog ! Me quedo yo también en el tuyo. ¡Un beso!

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