David Gonya’s Artist Studio was opened in 2002 and was designed to encourage the creation of sculpture. The studio is located adjacent to a premier bronze foundry (Bronzart) which provides a creative stimulus that is priceless. David enjoys having other artists working in the studio for their ideas and comments. For this reason, it is available for artists to rent studio usage—on a part time or full time basis.
 
The studio is located at 5415 Ashton Court, Sarasota, Florida. It includes two tandem spaces with air circulation from end to end for a total space of 2000 square feet with 24 foot ceilings. There is an air conditioned 10’ by 12’ enclosed office/break room. At the north end of the studio there is a tented concrete slab of 17’ by 24’. The studio is equipped with large and small moveable work tables, moveable circulation fans, extensive tooling, built-in work benches and storage shelving. Electric service is 110V, 250V, single phase and 100 amps. A 75 HP Ingersoll Rand Air Compressor supplies air to all studio areas. The outside concrete slab area is supplied with a multi-tap air connection and a non-potable water sink. The studio layout can accommodate workshops, three to five artists working at the same time, and art exhibits. The studio has been built to encourage the creation of art--especially 3D sculpture in clay, cement, stone, and metal.
 
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