Art & Artists
Art Studios for Rent in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Rhode IslandBy Mayela Rodriguez
November 1, 2021
Dozens of artists find and share art studio spaces every week on Listings Project. These artists are the lifeblood of our communities, keeping us connected to and engaged with the things that matter most. In this series, we showcase some of these art studios that were listed with us recently. To see our current available art studio listings, check out our most recent newsletter.
A Two-story Art studio in Los Angeles
Ashley May is an artist working from her garage art studio in Los Angeles.
“The studio was formerly a two-car garage, and could still be used as such. The first floor of the building has pristine drywall and the second story is very atmospheric with a built-in work bench and dormer windows.” - Ashley May
A Home Art Studio in Brooklyn
Jess Leo is an artist working from her home art studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. You can also find her on Instagram.
“Half the space is dedicated to living while the other half includes spacious work area with 16 ft walls. Studio has a wall lined with windows and is suitable for drawing, painting and some types of sculptural work. The space fills with light during the day and is great to work in!” - Jess Leo
An Art Studio in the Woods of Rhode Island
Cole Barash is an artist working from his home art studio in Rhode Island. You can also find him on Instagram.
“With lots of natural light, and elegantly decorated with subtle hits of earth tones we have aimed to create a sanctuary to relax and create surrounded by nature. We love the outdoors this location has been incredible for us. Also, through the woods is a path to a farm!” - Cole Barash
Feature Photo by Cole Barash
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