I will never get rid of clutter in my studio. I just have too much stuff with which I can’t part. For a couple of days, I have been slogging through the studio, cleaning and sorting.
I once had my threads on the ledge of the wainscoting, but I think they get too much sun and dust. I have several of the small plastic organizers. One was under utilized, and it now holds my thread.
I cleaned off both my print table and ironing table which were piled with stuff from creating pieces for my show. I love the images that are left on my print table.
I just need to unpack stuff from the collage class and I will be back in business again. By the way, the painting and new shelves are in my office/grandchild play room. We have some dry wall work to do in the studio and then we will paint it. Today, Mr C painted his office/tv room. It is one of our favorite colors — Harley Rumble — sort of a dark taupe.
Tomorrow is crit group. I will be taking the chairs because I don’t have anything new that isn’t hanging in the show.
Well, I’m tres tres late to the party, but I must agree that you use those wonderful print table pieces!
You need WAY more thread! And the dropcloths are always the best pieces of fabric.
Yep, I see new art coming out of that print table!
Yeah, sometimes that “blotting” paper or fabric is the best! I love making collages out of paper that was under fabric I painted and/or that I used to test stuff out. I love those fabrics.
Have a good weekend.