Audrey Kawasaki’s Creative Workspace (11 pics)

Audrey Kawasaki just released some in-progress teaser pics of her preparing for her first solo show at the Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY this coming Saturday. The show title Hajimari means beginning in Japanese, and is a word often used in the introduction of a story.

Not only am I in awe at how breathtakingly beautiful her new work is, I love how Audrey has given us an intimate look at her workspace. Seeing her tools, her cat perched precariously on top of her green chair and her little knick knacks that surround her, we start to see a more complete picture of the artist. Also, I love how immersed Audrey looks in those JVC headphones! Now, just what could she be listening to? Your guess?











Audrey Kawasaki’s website

Related:
Sarah Joncas’s Creative Workspace
Dave Kinsey’s Creative Workspace (8 pics)
Audrey Kawasaki’s First Solo Show in Japan!



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