You know how you'll see photos of your fave artist's and crafter's studio spaces and they always seem to be this pristine, ordered, curated bonanza of matching totes and styled shelves?
YEAH, THOSE ARE SETUP SHOTS DUDE, none of our spaces look like that day-to-day!
And even though I *do* fully intend on doing a studio tour post in just such a manner (figure after I complete the current artroom overhaul, I gotta showcase it at least once, right?) - I was more than happy to take part in Seth Apter's "Studio Table" today over on The Altered Page blog - well over a hundred artsy craftsy bloggers are linking up to show ya what our workspaces REALLY look like when we're actually, well - working in them.
SO! Here's mine, as-is right now - BEFORE! I get in there and start cutting and pasting -
Enjoy! Be sure to go check out the other artist's pics on Seth's page-
and stop back by later as I'll be updating throughout the day to add more "in-situ" tablescapes ;-) :-D
LUNCHTIME mini-break update
Working on a new set of collage creeps, annnnd finishing up an older one (Greek God/desses )- thats them in the anxious looking huddle, huhuhuhu) Also I am listing DVDs on eBay in between. THAT desk is a mess, too!
And while moving stuff off to the side, I set this word tile on an unused foam brush, and ... well, I just kinda liked the little vignette it presented -
Okay, tuna on bolillo, more DVDs then cutting and glueing and stuff ...
The mid-afternoon deal-io:
Several stages of cut, paste, paint, and piece later and this one is ready for final assembly and glue-down on the BG. Add some doodly-detail pizzaz and stuff, then she'll be mounted on the painted woodblock, named (well, I already have her name, but I ain't sayin'. yet.) and photographed and listed in Available Art by days end! WOOT!
Really enjoyed seeing all y'all's studio worktables today - see many similarities in how we all work and organize (then promptly DIS-organize!) our stuff, as well as many same quirks and kinda weird habits :) So on that note, here's one more "Studio Table in Action" shot, one I'm sure many of you see on a daily basis, and more than once ;-)
PS & BTW - Here's the finished piece I worked on during "Studio Table" day: