Create Every Day: Growing Pains
My studio currently consists of an 8 ft table so piled high with art supplies that I don't have any room to work. Yup, this is it. When I'm busy creating I just throw things around and make a huge mess. Previously I'd been limiting my work to small collages because I knew that was all I could physically manage. I started painting and now I don't have any place to work. Its kind of a good dilemma because I've decided to carve out a space in the basement to work. I will need to get more organized and get rid of some junk. I will need to buy & install some shop lights, move all my supplies and set up another folding table.
The practical aspects are all doable. But I also need to find some courage because I find the prospect of having more options a bit scary. Taking on a bigger space is more of a commitment. I can work larger, I can be bolder. Maybe I can set up an easel and even take photos and videos of my process to share. I'll just take baby steps and start by finding new homes for some of the junk in the basement.
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