My studio, my room, my place to create. Yes, it is small, it is in the basement, it is cluttered and a slight mess at the moment and has no windows, but it is all mine. My sanctuary where I can close the door, put on music and play with clay, my antique laces, trims
and all my wonderful found objects.
Because your blog rocks and so do you, I have bestowed you with the coveted Marie Antoinette award! the rules of the game are posted at Angela Michelle Dolls.
It is funny how we love our spaces:) Small or large they are "OUR" place:) My room is probably about the same size as your but I have a window and two door, cuts into my wall space!! But I love it.
I am happy to see that I am not the ony one who collects chairs. lol
Thanks for sharing your space i enjoyed looking at it.
LOL Jacqui, I have a 'thing' for chairs, but I rarely use them! Weird.
I actually used them more when I sculpted larger.
Ahhhh, a window! One of these years
I will move up to a bedroom (just have a little matter of two daughters who still want their rooms when they
are home). Until then though - this space is mine! All mine! LOL
HI fellow basement workshop dweller. lol
thanks for sharing your workshop, I love getting a peek of the people behind there work.
I love seeing your workspace! This may sound silly.... do you bake your dolls in the dutch oven? I covet one of those anyways, and if you can do that with it.... I want one even more now!
Ah Nicole, nice to know I'm not the only one working in a 'cave'.
Dani, I used to use my regular oven but it was really hard to regulate a constant temp. I found this roaster oven at a church yard sale, brand new, for $15.00 and I love it.
I know of several artists that use these roaster ovens with excellent results. The temp
stays constant, it is handy, and it uses very little energy.
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