If you are looking for my STAMPOTIQUE post for this week, you will find it immediately below this post!
I am a follower of Seth Apter's blog called "The Altered Page," and have been following this blog for quite some time. I am especially thrilled to be taking one of Seth's classes at Art-Is-You in Stamford, CT, next month! However, today he is hosting a massive movement where artists post their studio tables "as is," not all cleaned up for a photo shoot. So whether you create out of a suitcase, on your dining room table, or in a formal studio, SHOW US YOUR TABLE! You can find directions for posting here.
In my defense, I need to share that my husband and I are both participating in a challenge called ALTERED PLAYING CARDS, and were both in my "attic studio" last Sunday. After finishing our cards for last week and getting them scanned and online, we left all too quickly, leaving behind this mess!
I am blessed to have the entire third floor of our New England home as my studio space. In addition to the anteroom, where I have a desk with my die cutting machine, a sewing table, and a bookcase where stamps and scrapbooks are stored, I have six 5' x 8' tables, plus three smaller tables in the main room for my computer, printers, coffee maker and, of course, journals! I try to confine my messes to designated areas. For instance, one for painting, another for spraying, etc., but I usually end up doing everything at "my" work table. My husband contributes to the mess, as does my stepdaughter when she visits. But, truth be told, most of this mess is all mine!
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