Here are the shelves that hold MOST of my paints...
Under my main work table (which is up on paint cans so I don't get back pain from standing and painting) you can see tubs of fabric and other collage supplies.
The table above is holding the current fabric pieces for the children's pillow cases I am making for our hospital.
This is my lounge area where I can read or stitch or watch TV. It is also a sofa bed for company if the guest room is taken.
This wall shows some of the portraiture I have been doing the past few months. I have now run out of room and I guess will have to start stacking them against the walls.
Here is the collection of primitive dolls I made several years ago.
This is the "wall-o-dolls " in the lounge area.
A series of crosses that are looking for wall space also!
Most of these are art books and copies of the magazines where my work has been published.
My primary work table.....(with the ever present coffee mug).
Close up of the work table....the pallets are plastic lids from ice cream buckets. Yeah, we eat a LOT of ice cream!
Ice cream buckets of broken tile waiting for the next mosaic project (s). Seriously, did we really eat that much ice cream? How embarrassing......
This is the back of a jacket I am making and really need to get back to. I painted the flowers on the back. In the background is the laundry room where you can see a rug I wove from t-shirt strips.
So there you have the state of the studio. It works for me and is big enough to accommodate several projects at the same time.
Tell me about your studio? Or even about the kitchen table you use to create on!