|supplies and tools etc|
I have been on an organizing kick. And I credit Alyson Stanfield's online "Organize Your Art Biz" for it!
You saw what I did to my office and systems in this blog post. And my desk still looks exactly like that.
|bookcase and bins to organize upcoming workshops and classes|
|former closet (this area hadn't been cleaned in a while)|
|I used to keep my magazines in these green boxes|
(I gave all the magazines away)
and now keep supplies neatly on my shelf.
|all my in progress work in one place|
|and each project, and its pieces, in a plastic bag with a labeled tag.|
|Buddy on my work table|
|photo by Jane LaFazio|
And just to remind you how far I've come, look at THE BEFORE of my studio, from July 28, 2013 in this video:
(Yes, the link for Alyson's class is an affiliate link, but I wouldn't say any of this if I didn't totally mean it.)
So fun to see! Thank you for being such a model student, Jane.ReplyDelete
Thank YOU Alyson, and thanks for leaving a comment.Delete
I love it! Your studio looks so inviting, Jane. What an inspirational place to work in. And I really, really like the labeled hang-tags. I may steal that idea from you...ReplyDelete
Looks great Jane. I'm chipping away at my "studio" organization but it's kind of a whole house studio so progress is slow. I like your bagged and labeled projects in progress. What thought process allowed you to give your magazines away? I have too many that I treasure.ReplyDelete
Looking good, Jane! Looks like a great place to CREATE!ReplyDelete