Natural light for the Artist's Studio
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Visual Arts
Asked by: coyotecreststudio-ga
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27 Feb 2006 02:38 PST
Expires: 29 Mar 2006 02:38 PST
Question ID: 701406
For the best natural lighting possible, which direction should the windows in a painter's art studio face? North, South, East, or West?
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Re: Natural light for the Artist's Studio
From: myoarin-ga on 27 Feb 2006 03:54 PST
The classic solution is rather different: north facing high windows or skylights. Apparently, this will give more continuous even full spectrum lighting than windows open directly to the sun. It also requires less controlling - screens, shutters, etc. Here are two sites that mention this. The second one is specifially about sculptors' studios. http://www.nitaleland.com/articles/lighting.htm http://www.orgrease.org/stone/Designing%20Your%20Sculpture%20Studio.pdf (Scroll down to no. 5 about lighting.) This is just a free comment. I am sure that there are sites that are more useful.
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