Cleveland-Area Artists Dish on Their Studio Chairs


By Dott von Schneider

Decades ago, I had the perfect studio chair. I’m not certain how I acquired the yellow Herculon and wood monstrosity, but I probably garbage-picked it from someone’s lawn. Anyway, it was comfortable despite its terrible fabric and square arms. It had the perfect lean — just enough to bend back and stretch, but not enough to fall backward. It set upon four casters with which I could roll myself across the loft, from a painting to my tool area to pick up a brush or drawing instrument, and back to the painting. Man, I loved that thing. My hunt for its replacement prompted me to ask area artists about their studio chairs. Here's a roundup of what they had to say about their beloved chairs:

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