Tuesday, June 28, 2011

My studio

I have been in a dry spell lately.   I have not created anything for my store recently and decided that my studio was the problem.   I am working on rearranging my studio and getting rid of things that I have accumulated over the years, not easy!   It actually has been therapeutic.   I have not created anything yet but my creativity is coming back slowly, I have some ideas that I am putting on paper (will post some on a future post).   How do you get out of your dry spell?  

I have posted below some pictures of my messy studio.   Pictures of my improved studio's to come in the next post!

1 comment:

  1. I feel you on this! You don't know how many similar posts I've read and written on this topic. lol I'm in the process of doing the same. First, I gutted the room, trashed things that had no business in there, and basically started over. Limited funds = no real budget for furniture, repainting, etc. so I'm working with what I have to have a space that truly works for me.

    My aunt is a painter/potter in Durham, and I love her home studio space. She hangs all of her work on the wall as if in a gallery and then sections off one part for painting. This is a garage turned studio.

    Check her out here on her site: http://www.tsasart.com/

    and my post on her work here: http://artisticexpressionsbyelisabeth.blogspot.com/2010/07/enthusiasm-pottery.html