Cleaning the Studio

 Well, I’ve had an exceptionally busy summer so far, what with one thing and another, and I’ll admit that some things have been neglected (this blog would top the list, after a social life, sleep, and fun.)

 And the studio is looking a bit of a mess – I’m sure it won’t look so bad if I go down the other end.

                    Nope, not much improvement – perhaps a little light housework is in order…..

This is my admin corner – but somehow it’s been overrun by creeping printmaking essentials/rubbish.

       To say nothing of the creeping drink cans – but at least they’re organic, I think virtuously….

        Perhaps I’ll make a start in the inks department – it is looking a little disorderly, after all…..

         That’s better – I’m wondering if the hoarding of empty ink tubes is just a little pointless?

A big sack of waste paper for the recycling bins – let’s hope the bottom doesn’t fall out when I lift it…

             And here you have it – a clean, tidy, organised space – and that’s it for another five years…

2 thoughts on “Cleaning the Studio

  1. I can relate to all photos except that last one – it just looks weird and alien! I tidied my studio for an Open Studios event and it no longer feels like home somehow. No doubt will get back to "normal" after it finishes next weekend…

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