Remote Minimalist Art Studios on Fogo Island To Inspire Artists
Amazing sceneries of the Atlantic Ocean and welcome artists and writers to stay and create
Canadian Newfoundland area is blessed with peaceful locations and Fogo Island is one of those nature jewels. This miniature wild island has only 2,706 inhabitants who live on the remote isolated space. A native of the island – Zita Cobb, decided to enrich the area by initiating a creation of symbiosis between people and nature adequate for artists studios. The architect Todd Saunders was engaged to design several art studios across Fogo Island and encapsulate the long local cultural tradition. The minimalist modern buildings offer amazing sceneries of the Atlantic Ocean and welcome artists and writers to stay and create.