the working art studio
Really, I could consider different corners of our home adjuncts of my studio as well. I have a drawing table with supplies upstairs, our dining room table is rarely used to eat at and what others might consider the guest bedroom is painting storage. In the summer months, this all has a tendency to spill out all over the front porch.
But here's the deal: working is messy for me. Life is messy too! And I need to live where I work and work where I live. I think it has something to do with me having a one track mind (see this post). There cannot be a distinct boundary between living and working. The two are too closely intertwined.
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