My creative space is a very cluttered art studio.
4 years after the baby bird left the nest and I claimed this space, I have a cluttered, chaotic mess. Actually, I HAD a chaotic mess. De-cluttering my studio has been my latest project. It has taken a bit longer than I thought it would, of course.
But I really love my creative space. Everything is handy – for the most part. And as cluttered as it is, I know where all my supplies are – for the most part.
The antique wardrobe is a great space for storage. I added some shelves and little storage drawers.
On the backside of the wardrobe is a reclaimed entertainment center that I use for a shipping center. The white garment racks are used for my silk racks when I paint silk flags for my Etsy shop.
This space stays open for stretching the silk racks. Visit my other blog to see a VIDEO of the silk painting process.
Stacks of watercolor paper and canvases and hardware for hanging art. The truck painting is a commission and it is gone now.
I need to organize all those mixed media papers.
I have just started a new Bible study called “Think Differently”. In the study description it says, “If you repeatedly find yourself in places where you don’t want to go, it’s your thinking that’s leading you there.” Could it be that my mind is cluttered, too? That is a possibility. I am so glad you are on this journey with me. It’s not just about de-cluttering my space but it just might be about clearing the clutter from other areas, too.
Let me challenge you to think about that. What is the root of your clutter?
“We take every thought captive so that it is obedient to Christ.” 2 Corinthians 10:5
I can’t wait to show you what I have done with my studio, be sure and come back.
’til next time,