Friday, September 19, 2014

Disaster Area?

The ever-amazing Seth Apter had a great idea.  We all see the beautiful studio spaces that get published in magazines and stuff, and we all drool and get jealous, right?  Well Seth wanted people to post pictures of what their studio space really looks like on a daily basis.  It has been really reassuring to see other people's messes!  So here is mine:


What's sad is that, while I have three projects in progress on the table there, only two of them are active and I haven't touched either of them in almost a week. 
 
And then you turn 90 degrees and you see the space that is supposed to be my cutting surface, but it's occupied by piled up junk that I don't have anyplace to store. 
 
Oh, and my book press.  Which is also not currently in use.  Of course. 
 
Somebody save me from myself and my disastrous mess.

7 comments:

Ann Strecko Koeman said...

Lovely projects in process. Nice to see I am not alone in not having enough time to create or enough space. :)

trashbubblesandlifeslittlebits said...

Glad you were able to join in! Thanks for sharing your work space with all of us! Now, get in there and create! Move stuff to the floor if you have to. Wishing you a creative weekend! :)

The Creative Beast said...

I like your studio space! Glad to know I'm not the only one with piles of goods with no dedicated home (storage!) for it all. Thanks for sharing your studio space with us all!

Maryanne said...

For some reason I didn't see this post until today. Gee, that all looks familiar! :)!

BLockHEad said...

I love your space and window!

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Sweet space. Book press, I am so jealous. xox

Diana Taylor said...

I love looking at other people's work spaces - their stuff always looks so much more interesting than mine! I love that tantalising glimpse of rubber stamps on the shelf! It's a great space to work in and I like the fact you look out on greenery - I just look out at the house next door (not very inspiring). Hope you soon get creative on your projects again.