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Available Studios

Studios are currently full. To be added to the wait list please email us

Studios start at $400/month and range in size from 150 - 800 sq ft.

Prices includes:
24/7 access through the back door
Name on door
Monthly opening receptions with Live Music, BK Cellars wine, Stone Beer, and a big crowd
Utilities and DSL
Inclusion in annual studio artists' show (in July)
Name on 1,000 full color 6 x 9 monthly show cards
Wall outside studio space
1/2 price workshops
Shared overhang lounge and kitchen
Full profile page with 6 images on ArtHatch's website
Lots of additional selling/exhibition opportunities as provided through a private Facebook Group. Space is ideal for an artist, photographer, writer, architect, digital artist, small shop looking to save on over head, or similar creative. We have an amazing group of down to earth artists.

Distinction and ArtHatch both do huge amounts of monthly paid advertising as well as get an average of 3 stories per month. Distinction sells artwork worldwide every week, which means lots of more exposure for your artwork.

Studio 1.

 

 

Bettina Heinz

Bettina Heinz is an American citizen, born in Kiel, Germany. She studied Chemistry with a minor in Biophysics. She works as a Chemistry professor at Palomar College mainly in the fields of Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and lately Forensic Chemistry. Her research is focused on molecular evolution in the framework of reductionist biochemical systems. She is very much involved in science and the arts.

Her art and photo training was received from various institutions in Boston, San Diego, Germany, and Mexico.

Her interests are in everything alive or "dead". She is intrigued by form, design, and rhythm and how these interact. She tries to reveal the mystery and magic of life and non-life.

Wearable art is also one of her passions.

bettinaheinz.com

 

 






Bettina Heinz

"Untitled"

Photo Art

24 x 30 inches

 



 

Studio 3.

 

 

Will Gibson

I am old enough to have had my first experiences with photography at a time when black and white imagery was still a dominant form. Ansel Adams, the Westons and others were at the peak of their careers and Life and The Saturday Evening Post magazines were touchstones for the cultural life of the country. Once I started printing my own work in 1968, I was hooked. I have ever since been fascinated with the possibilities inherent in a medium that deals with time, light, shape and form. It allows me a way to see in new and different ways. It has always been a way for me to make sense of the world, and to focus on things and ideas of substance.

Raised in the San Gabriel Valley...

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Will Gibson

"A Day at the Park"

Archival Pigment Print

12"x 12"

 



 

Studio 3.

 

 

Charles Ingham

Born and educated in England, Charles Ingham moved to San Diego in 1982. A professor of English at Palomar College, he has always been interested in the intersection of literature and the visual arts, his photography seeking to transgress the traditional boundaries between the verbal and the visual.

A selection of his photo-narratives are on display in Studio 3.

 

 






Charles Ingham

"If Only Half of This Were Not True"

Archival Ink-Jet Print

 



 

Studio 3.

 

 

Jodie Hulden

Jodie Hulden is a California-based artist whose contemplative photography focuses on the natural landscape. A third-generation San Diegan, Jodie has a degree in art from San Diego State University where she worked primarily in textiles and artist books. She began her exploration of black and white photography in the 1970s with film and transitioned to digital photography in 2001. After retiring from a teaching career, she has been able to devote most of her time to photography. She has won numerous awards and has exhibited her prints nationally.

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Her work can be found at jodiehulden.com

 

 






Jodie Hulden

"Old Hanger"

Archival Pigment Print

13 x 19 inches Framed

 



 

Studio 5A.

 

 

Victor Roman

Victor Roman's passion for expressing himself through art motivates him to sketch and paint whenever he can. Sometimes, you can find him sketching people on the train or in a casino but on most days, you will find him painting in his studio until the early hours of the morning. Painting in the night after work, shows dedication and after 3 years of study at Palomar College, Victor's talent has grown exponentially.

The emotions that his art evoke have developed in complexity and because of this, the viewer must think twice about what they are looking at to figure out their own interpretation of his art. Art pieces include depictions of artillery, child soldiers and portraits of mankind in various states of mind.

The art is masterfully painted on wood, a feat accomplished by few artists. As this artist's girlfriend and in my experiences as his peer in art classes, I've witnessed Victor draw from life with swift and graceful movements. I have also seen him make a gun drawn on a piece of paper exciting and to witness this phenomenon for yourself just stop by Studio #5. He will be happy to turn up the bass for you on his sound system or play a timeless record on our record player.

Please visit Victor's site: viralboa.com

 

 






Victor Roman

"Nebulous"

Oil on Panel

18" x 24"

 



 

Studio 5B.

 

 

Armando Gonzalez

ArtHatch Teen Alumni

 

 






Armando Gonzalez

"Broken Arrow"

Pencil on Paper

5 x 7 inches

 



 

Studio 5C.

 

 

Sharif I. Carter

 

 






Sharif I. Carter

"Burnin"

Opague Watercolor on Wood Panel

24 x 48 inches

 



 

Studio 6.

 

 

August Williams

August Williams was born and raised in San Diego, California. The moment his father put a Polaroid camera in his hands at 12 years old he fell in love with photography. Later in life August moved to Texas to pursue his degree in Photography at Texas A and M University - Commerce. August has been featured in several shows and juried exhibitions in Texas.

He is currently... Read more

 

 






August Williams

"You're So Cool"

Photography

 



 

Studio 6.

 

 

Tori Standke

I've been making premium handcrafted cold process soap, body butter, sugar scrubs, lip balms, etc since 2013 in Weaverville, CA. I moved to Chico, CA and continued the business there from 2014-16. I moved to San Diego in August 2016 and business has never been better. I currently sell at the Saturday Little Italy farmer's market and various other craft fairs and events. My goal is to one day open a boutique for my products. I have a four year old daughter and I enjoy photography and hiking.

 

 






Tori Standke

"The Buttr Bar"

 



 

Studio 7.

 

 

Sharif I. Carter

Defying traditional rules and mastering the technique of painting with opaque watercolors on wood panels, Sharif has defined a style of his own. You may find his work gracing the labels of award winning wines, illuminating the walls of fine restaurants and hair salons, or enhancing the layout of a website.

He is currently working on a series inspired by an episode of the highly acclaimed animated series Batman Beyond where villains dress up as playing cards.

mississippiflush.com

 

 






Sharif I. Carter

"Mississippi Flush: Hollaback Girl"

Watercolor on Maple Panel

32"x 48"

 



 

Studio 11.

 

 

Martita

Art has always been part of who I am. I have been creating ever since I can remember. From coloring within the lines as a child to beyond the lines as a grown up. I am free and bound at the same time as an artist. I do not take it lightly to say that I am creative being, we all are. I just am so compelled to create with my hands. I have much to share from within. I move about within my mediums and they are jewelry, painting, and photographing.

 

 






Martita

"Ring & Cuff"

Jewelry

 



 

Studio 11.

 

 

Robert Barry

Robert Barry has been an artist for over 40 years. Urban landscape photography has been his primary area of interest. More recently he has added montage work to his portfolio.

A wide variety of artists have influenced his life and vision. Photographers like: Lee Friedlander, Harry Callahan, Paul Strand, and Ray Metzker for their views of the urban environment. Painters such as Richard Diebenkorn, Mark Rothko, and Gerhard Richter have a considerable impact...

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Robert Barry

"Fish"

Photography

 



 

Studio 11.

 

 

sally reis vogt

German born architect Mies van der Rohe once said "God is in the details." As a photographer and designer, I am in constant search of those visual moments and details which, for me, give meaning and excitement to the everyday world.

Seeing, rather than photographing, is my passion and I enjoy these moments with or without a camera. I make these observations whether sitting in a room, riding in a car or exploring the great outdoors. I do it consciously and unconsciously. My greatest joy comes from the visual stimulation which exists as much in the mundane as in the grand. It is in the nuances of light, pattern, color, gesture, proportion, form and expression that I find my entertainment. The camera is merely a tool to record and share these moments with others.

 

 






sally reis vogt

"Boy at Sunset"

archival photograph on Metallic paper

12 x 18

 



 

Studio 11.

 

 

Daniel Nougier

Having squandered the first 40 years of my career life as an engineer, I am pleased to now have the opportunity to devote my time to the challenges of photography. While I've also been photographing for over 40 years, I feel there is always more to learn. I embrace the endless creative controls offered by the modern digital darkroom.

However I also enjoy the satisfaction derived from producing a quality platinum/palladium print. My goal is to present photographs with a unique point of view that will allow the viewer to experience the scene as I experienced it. Not necessarily how it looked, but rather how it felt. One of my favorite quotes by Ansel Adams is "There are two people in every photograph: the photographer and the viewer." Creating an image that can equally engage both the photographer and the viewer is the true magic of photography.

 

 






Daniel Nougier

"RCA Victor, Havana"

Archival Pigment Print

7 x 7 inches

 



 

Studio 13.

 

 

shdwsofdust*

I'm a 30 year old visual artist/photographer art school dropout born in Seattle Washington and raised all over Southern California.

I create my images without any Photoshop or image manipulation programs or software. Instead I shoot through various objects or create my own filters to manipulate them.

shdwsofdust.com

 

 






shdwsofdust*

"Untitled"

Digital Illustration

 



 

Studio 14.

 

 

Sarah Catherine

Sarah is an emerging artist with a background in music, satellite imagery analysis, Computer Science (CS), and equestrianism. She was a concert pianist and received her first degree in music at 15, and her Bachelor of Science degree in CS at 18. When she was 14, Sarah was featured in Horses in Art Magazine.

Sarah grew up with horses, and has always been drawn to them. She shows a unique ability to create them on canvas, with a keen awareness of their unique personalities, movement, and anatomies.

"Every horse has a unique personality, no two horses are the same. This is what makes painting them so interesting. It is immortalizing the thought - the expression that they had in that moment that I enjoy."

- Sarah Catherine
fineartbysarah.com

 

 






Sarah Catherine

"Sedoso"

Oil on canvas with Acrylic Background

36 x 48 inches

 



 

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