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Re: [teacherartexchange] art studio (at home) poll

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Aartteachr_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Fri Oct 03 2008 - 19:37:11 PDT


Ahhh! I have a bedroom turned studio. It has 2 walls with windows so it is
naturally light. It is smallish (don't artist's always need more room?). I
have a large drawing table, lots of book shelves and long 10 foot counter top
on one wall that holds my laptop, printer, etc. and has room for desk jobs or
mat cutting. The closet was converted to hold my paintings in large
portfolios, drawers for art supplies and shelves for the things I don't put in the
drawers. Also, a 4 drawer file cabinet completes the deal.

I use a desk top wooden easel on the drawing table to do acrylics or the
table itself to do watercolor. I have a small TV on the bookshelf and a floor
easel for large paintings, that can fold away. My portable exerciser sits
in a corner (but I look at it more than use it). I wanted to paint the walls
different bright colors but I fear that it would tint the natural light too
much so they remain off white. The floor is terrazzo (common in older Florida
homes- helps cool the room).
This is "my space".

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