Tag: Art Studio Organization

Studio Saturday: The Miracle of an Organized Art Studio

My office here at Cloth Paper Scissors Central doubles as my secondary art studio. To produce projects for blog posts, it makes sense (and saves time) to create things where I work. Recently I did a big one-day cleaning/overhaul, and it’s made a huge difference in my mood and my energy. Although it may seem…

These Incredible Art Studios Will Inspire You!

How’s your art studio or creative workspace looking these days? Does it need a little sprucing up? I have just the inspiration: exploring other art spaces. There’s nothing like taking a virtual tour of really cool artists’ studios to get you thinking about how to improve yours—maybe get some new vintage storage pieces, reconfigure your…

6 Creative Studio Organization Tips

There’s no better time than spring to clear out the cobwebs, paper scraps, and stray threads from your studio and get things organized! Studio organization is essential for stress-free creativity; there’s nothing worse than spending a half-hour searching for that perfect rusty key for an assemblage. For imaginative storage ideas, we always look to the…

Studio Spotlight: Debi Adams

One of our regular articles in Cloth Paper Scissors magazine is Studio Spotlight: a fun feature that gives you a glimpse inside the art studios of some of today’s top mixed-media artists. The following spotlight, also featured in our January/February 2018 issue, highlights the studio of Arizona artist Debi Adams. We hope you enjoy this look…

Art Studio Glimpse: Gina Lee Kim

Welcome to our third installment for Gina Lee Kim week! Gina is a talented watercolorist and mixed-media artist, and today she takes us on a tour of her studio, which features fun storage ideas, beautiful color, and lots of room to create! ~ Jeannine An art studio, for me, is not just an area for art-making,…

Explore creative spaces in the new eMagazine, Labor of Love

Few things make me happier than looking at the studios and workspaces of creative people. Glimpsing their tools, materials, organization methods, and artwork allows me a rare peek into their imaginative brains to find inspiration. I have a feeling you love seeing creative spaces, too. That's why I'm excited to tell you about something new…