Meanwhile, after looking at my worktable last night, I realized that I probably didn't give you a realistic picture of what it looks like most of the time. I showed you what it looks like between projects, when all the little bits had been put away, and the rest was stacked in orderly piles. Here's what it looks like mid-project, which is most of the time.
Yeah, I still haven't put away those new art supplies I showed you a week or two ago. What can I say? I like lookin' at 'em!
My college buddy JoBeth sent me a photo of her creative space this week. She's a recently retired science teacher, Master Gardener, quilter, veggie grower and preserver -- a Texas country girl through and through, and her creative space is most certainly a reflection of all that.
Is that a fabulous pantry/laundry room or what?
My sister-in-law Priscilla started out creating miniatures for doll houses, but that eventually segued into a passion for polymer clay and jewelry-making. Below is a sample of what you might find on her Ohio basement studio's work table.
|Love the Orangina bottle Pris!|
|A work in progress by Wyatt Sanford, who seems to love pink, just like Pawpaw Tim!|
So what about you? What's on your table? Email me a picture at becky(dot)lane(at)vownet.net.