Art & Artists
Art Studios for Rent in the Bronx, Queens, and Upstate New YorkBy Mayela Rodriguez
May 23, 2022
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 calm art studio in Mott Haven, Bronx
Jenny Carolin is an artist working from her art studio in Mott Haven, Bronx. You can find Jenny on Instagram.
“I work in oil paints, charcoal, graphite, performance and film. From September until May I spend 4-5 days/week in my studio, it's a great place to make work, and it's a place of zen for me. I am the director of an artist’s residency program on Crete, the Mudhouse Residency, and spend the summers in Greece.” - Jenny Carolin
A light-filled art studio in Long Island City, Queens
Ellie Hunter is an artist working from her art studio in Long Island City, Queens.
“Corner studio with large North and West facing windows. Large, open white walls for hanging work, and 12’ tall ceilings. Slop sink and bathroom down the hall. Large freight elevator. It is a beautiful, calm, light-filled studio!” - Ellie Hunter
A large art studio in Catskill, New York
Kathryn Lynch is an artist working from her art studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. You can find Kathryn on Instagram.
“Sublet In Foreland Catskill NY temperature controlled - slop sink in studio - elevator - view of catskill creek - can rent for all or part of the time - 3rd floor - studio 8” - Kathryn Lynch
Feature Photo by Ellie Hunter
Mayela Rodriguez, our Editorial Designer, works closely with the team to create designs for the website, newsletter, and user experience. A self-proclaimed “media-agnostic” artist, Mayela received her MFA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. You can learn more about her work at www.mayelarodriguez.com.
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