Little Tour Of My Art Studio

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I thought I’d do a quick video to share my art studio with you all.

My art space is small but packed with all the things I use. My desk is usually a really big mess, just enough room for the journal/canvas! It’s how I like to work, but you’ll see I actually tidied up a bit before filming.

I absolutely love this little space I’ve created! It’s a sacred place I can retreat to and be free to create, experiment and continue my artistic journey.

Please share your creative space with me! I’d love to see where you work.

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  1. Wow, you really have a lot of supplies and I love to see where other people create. Here is my little working space in case you want to have a look: http://mihaelamoldovanperianu.blogspot.be/2014/04/virtual-studio-tour-video-inside.html

    • I never think I have enough supplies, hah! Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed watching that. I’ve been browsing your art, I love your abstracts, really enjoying your use of colour!

  2. Oh, I loved being able to see your art space! Thanks for sharing!
    I gotta have to find a way to either photograph or film mine, too. But when I work it’s a crazy mess. 🙂 I will have to re-organize it soon, though.

    I was wondering, what do you use the beeswax for?

    xox,

    Ursula
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    • Thanks Ursula! I’d love to see your art space. I don’t use beeswax that much anymore recently, but I’d use it on top of paintings. Either as a sealing layer or as a layer that can hold things like glitter or mica flakes. You can also scratch into it and create lovely texture. You could also melt things into it like oil based crayon.

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