A small painting studio is cozy

small painting studio

With one day left to finish my painting for the Open Doors invitational, I had to organize quickly. I wanted to work on my painting by natural light and in the a/c (my quilt studio is not air conditioned.) By smushing things a bit, there was room to set up small painting studio in my office.

The little drafting table was just the right size for the canvas. Conveniently it fits over the top of my old metal accounting desk. A stainless steel bus cart is a great palette-holder, and the wheels turn on a dime — which is great in such a tight space.

small painting studio

Plus with this arrangement, I can turn my laptop around if I want to check some details for the painting. A cozy arrangement indeed! I just might leave it this way for a while. Although I’ve already delivered the painting to the gallery, I won’t show it on my blog until after the opening reception tomorrow night.


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  • Reply Karen Lynn July 1, 2010 at 11:26 pm

    It really looks great! And so wonderfully tidy… [sigh]… how do you manage it?

    • Reply PaMdora July 8, 2010 at 7:35 pm

      Hey Karen and Heidi, thanks for the compliments — but the real secret to making a room look tidy in photos, is to move everything out into the room behind the camera, 😉

  • Reply Heidi July 1, 2010 at 12:14 pm

    Disgustingly tidy, Pam.

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