Kind of naked and boring. Marvin the Dinosaur was trying to make it fabulous, but then I realized a painting probably shouldn't be kept in direct sunlight. So he had to scoot. Instead, I put together a DIY bulletin board and dug through our stash of artwork. Now things are coming together:
|Those little canvases are waiting to be painted. They'll also be hung up. Eventually.|
And since I've never really taken you guys on an official tour of my workspace, let me properly introduce you. First, we have the stack of books I use for my photo shoots. The purple one on top is actually my iPhone charger, and has now become a little landing pad for miscellaneous goodies (you can see that I didn't end up giving the desk calendar to Hubsey after all):
On the other side of my desk is a mishmash of writing utensils, paint brushes, and some craft knives--all kept in various glassware. Next to it is my bucket o' cords:
For those wondering how I keep all of my jewelry parts organized (or in some semblance of order) I say, tiny containers! Any kind will do:
See, just because I make a small product doesn't mean I use fewer materials. The bits might be small, but MY are there a lot of them to keep track of now. Good thing I have more storage.
So that's where it is now. Those three little canvases perched on top of the key print are next on my list. (which means they might be done by June, ha). What's your studio like? Are you doing any re-vamping this spring? If you could have any workspace you wanted, what would it be?