As an artist, I feel it is extremely important to carve out a little space just for yourself. It doesn’t matter if it’s a professional studio or a corner in a garage. All that matters is when you’re there, you feel uninhibited, inspired, and comfortable.
I am so lucky that I have a husband who supports my passion for painting. He built me an art desk so that I had space to work in our home. It’s hard to describe what a difference it is in life when you have the unconditional support of a loved one. It always makes me feel lucky and motivated.
So a little about my space…
I have my art desk, where I draw and do watercolors. I have a rolling drawer cart filled with supplies. I have a flat surface where I lay my paints, and I am currently looking for an easel.
It’s not much, but it’s mine. It’s where I can go and not be judged. It’s where I can go and experiment. To fail. To learn.