This chapter reflects on the painter's studio as an environment organized to control and adjust the senses. Every artist has their own unique space, method of working and creative thought processes. The chapter attempts to provide glimpses, albeit through the veiled window of the studio, of what the senses contribute, how they are being organized and deployed, and if this process is directed consciously or subconsciously. It starts from an assumption that a painter's studio is a space dedicated to the use of sight in order to make a visual image. In making paintings, however, it is the interplay between visual and haptic modes of awareness that is core. Also, the supposedly lower-ranking senses of smell and hearing may play larger parts than is commonly assumed.