Searching for apartments as a painter can be a difficult process overall. So many people think they have the perfect place for it artist, and it usually means a dank unfinished basement. I need sunlight, space, and refinements in a place to create my art. And I don’t see why anyone would ever think I would want something else. What artist could actually work in a basement. Only the tormented souls ever work in the dark like Jackson Pollock. So maybe I should try it, but not for my next apartment or Flott.
I have always been looking for a better property to rent since I moved in here last autumn. This place is functional but definitely not what I’m looking for. It doesn’t have light, only from the north so we only ever see shadows. It’s not very bright, and none of my plants are growing. I really am desperate for some free vitamin D in the mornings as well. I know if I find the right apartments or flat, I’ll find that my art improves. I need some feeling of being in my on private paradise. I try to imagine an Island in the sun, where I can find myself. One day my Island fantasy will be real, but for now i’m content to dream.
Van Gogh and Gauguin fell in love with the same apartment, as well as each other. They used that apartment as their muse in Paris, each taking a window. Dozens of paintings record the look of the apartment and views, it is an amazing thing to see.10 years ago in Chicago there was an exhibit that reconstructed the apartment in three dimensions and you could walk through the apartment to see paintings laid out through the window that was very interesting and beautiful I’m very unique perspective to have on art