Painting can be chaotic, with ideas flying like lightning from the artist’s brain through the paintbrush and onto the canvas. But to pro-duce
beauty in that chaos, artists need control. To be at their peak performance, they need to find a place where they can focus, feel com-fortable
and get into a flow state.
Wilmington-based artists Chip Hemingway and Clinton L. Meyer have done exactly that. Not only have they built spaces where they
can create beautiful art, their studios are pieces of art in themselves. These intracoastal renaissance men have each created a studio that fits
their unique styles of both life and art, with the perfect blend of chaos and control.
Precisely planned, Clinton L. Meyer’s studio makes use of space, floor to ceiling.