The artist studios are located in a pole barn, a typical metal ranch outbuilding that is outfitted with ventilation and lighting to accommodate four artists with large, individual 400 square foot studio spaces. Studios are equipped with two worktables (one on wheels and glass topped at 76 x 34 inches and the other metal topped at 34 x 60 inches), a standard wooden straight back chair, an adjustable stool on wheels, a full length mirror, a day bed, a utility sink with hot and cold water, a small metal trash can, a closed metal cabinet, a paper towel dispenser, broom and dust pan, and good overhead light with both track and fluorescent lights on separate controls. Flat fourteen foot ceilings enhance the spaciousness of the studio. A small single window allows visibility to the outdoors and maximizes the amount of running, usable wall space (11, 13 and 24 continuous running feet) for two dimensional work.
Two separate writer studios are located in a cabin that is outfitted with furnishings and utilities in comfortable spaces to support privacy and reflection. Studios are equipped with a writing desk and adjustable office chair, a desk lamp, a reclining lounge chair book shelves and overhead track lighting. A window allows visibility to the outdoors. Each studio has separate climate control.