May, 12

{studio sunday} with Jordan Grace Owens

Hello and welcome to another wonderful {studio sunday}!  This week I’m so excited to introduce you to the amazingly talented Jordan Grace Owens.  Jordan’s art and illustrations are sure to capture your eye and your heart the moment you see her work.  Don’t believe me?  See for yourself, here!  I really enjoy her fun and playful style.  My favorite pieces that she offers are her custom paper dolls.  That’s right! You can order your very own paper dolls to resemble whomever you’d like.  Clever girl.  So, now that you know how amazing her work is, let’s take a peek into her studio and see where all of the magic happens, shall we?!

1. Who are you and what do you do?
I’m a twenty-four year old artist and illustrator newly located in Charlottesville, Virginia. I make moveable paper dolls and candy-colored paintings.

2. Where is your studio located?

My studio is at home. I just moved into this A-frame house at the base of the blue-ridge mountains. Sometime in the 70s, the owner added a giant room on the side of the A-frame, and it functions perfectly as an at-home workspace.

3. How long have you had your current studio space?

I moved here from Greensboro, North Carolina at the beginning of May, so I’m just barely settled into the space. I was in my last at-home studio for about two and half year

4. What is your favorite part of your studio?

The huge space! My old studio was a cozy 10 x 10 foot room nestled in the front of my little 1920s apartment. My new studio feels enormous by comparison, and I’m likely to be spoiled by all the space to spread out. The room has really high ceilings, lots of windows, and even a door to the backyard. The scenery is beautiful, too. I can look up from my computer at the mountains, and often catch a few deer hanging out right outside.

5. Approximately how many hours per day do you spend in your studio?

I’m usually working somewhere between 8 and 10 hours a day.

6. Do you have any future plans for your studio space?

Since I’m newly settling in, I’m still growing into the space, and there’s one neglected wall I’m not quite sure what to do with. I’ve been scanning Craigslist hoping I’ll find a nice big flat file to put there.

7. Is there anything else that you’d like to share?

There are usually a couple of cats keeping me company in my studio, although not pictured here. 


Isn’t her new home just the absolute cutest?!  I love how open her studio is and it seems to have some great lighting.  Thank you so much, Jordan, for sharing a peek into your old studio (fourth image down) as well as sharing your new one.  It’s beautiful and I’m sure you’ll be creating lots of beautiful things there.  You are an extremely talented lady and we can’t wait to see what you come up with next!

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Jordan’s lovely creations here!

4 Responses to “{studio sunday} with Jordan Grace Owens”

  1. Matt

    Oh WOW! This studio is so cute! I just love A-frames. What a lovely talented girl!

    • RobbieLee

      She’s so lucky to have an a-frame with such a beautiful studio! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. mom

    I love Jordan’s home and studio.
    Good lighting, scenery, quiet.
    I love checking in to Studio Sunday’s.
    I’m still trying to get my studio in order.

    • RobbieLee

      I love it too! She’s a lucky girl. I love the a-frame. Thanks for reading and let me know if you need help on fixing up your studio 🙂

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