New Studio!Read Now
There has been no art for many months because we bought a house, sold our other one, and moved. Its pretty much been hell around here because there is nothing more stressful than selling a house. Staging so that your home looks more like a magazine photo shoot than a place where people live, is not only the most ridiculous requirement of putting a house on the market, but not at all 'artist friendly'. Though I will say that staging was much easier to achieve because I could simply go to my supply of framed art rather than purchasing soulless Ikea art.
Now that we are settled (somewhat) in the new house, I have officially set up an ENTIRE ROOM as my art studio! No more basement corner 'studio' for me!
Behold the post-move disaster:
Organized ALL art-making things in one location:
... and the most exciting part: I FINALLY have space for a full size easel! Oh how far I've come from the days of bracing a canvas against a wall and painting cross-legged on the floor like I did when I was in university.