What’s In My Luggage and On My Studio Table?

Several weeks ago, on Seth Apter’s Blog, “The Altered Page” he featured the studio/studio table, unedited, uncensored and unkempt. There were lots of links to other artists’ studios too! I totally missed posting the ball on putting in my studio shots on his blog that week. But, I decided I would post my studio/studio table this week.

So here’s a few shots of the studio, studio table and my art luggage supplies.

Studio Table Top

A view from the top of the Studio Table.  When I’m on a deadline, commission or working on a series, I work on two tables. But, lately, I’ve been using one table. I’ve done a lot of work in the various art journals I keep, which can get pretty messy.

Sideview Table Top

Side View

Art Supply Luggage

Close-up of what’s in my luggage? Art supplies, of course! (I love vintage luggage).

Another Art Supply Suitcase

Close-up of another suitcase filled with art supplies in it and on it!

Back to Work!

Now Back to work!  Have a great and wonderfully productive week!

 From my wildly creative passionate soul to yours in peace always.

  1. Would love to just transport myself into your studio and sit and watch you and ask you about all your supplies and how/what you use them for. Feel like there is something I could be missing out on lol! Wonderful to see your workspace. I had ink dripper bottle envy and I think I need to organise my supplies a bit better! :)

    Comment by Tanya — October 7, 2014 @ 8:48 am

  2. Love the luggage idea, looks like such an inspirational space!

    Comment by Pam Genant — October 9, 2014 @ 5:07 pm

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