You can see the work produced in this space at from, Alice.
And if you want to have your workspace featured next, just go to In My Workspace.
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So summery – I’ve got nothing but rain and more rain where I live, so this studio is especially cheering.
Thanks Kristin! And if you would like to see your workspace featured here, please head to In My Workspace.
Some of those pictures I submitted were just after the crafting tornado hit my sewing room! It does get cleaned up occasionally. I am so thankful and blessed to have a sewing room that I can “sew up a storm” in and then shut the door, leave it until the next day, and then continue the project later.
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My clay table. I do all my clay work on this old workbench.
shelves for greenware & bisque
My little painting area… (thank goodness for folding tables)
Fold away card table. Perfect glazing table (and for paintings too)
My beading space, with my magnifier light. Everything’s within reach.
My front yard…lots of my inspirations are found here (especially in the summer).
I’ve been doing ceramics as a hobby off & on, for over 20 years. Basically, I’ve only sold enough to buy my equipment & supplies.
Just last year my husband put up a wall in the garage, and a furnace on my side of it, so I can have an actual studio!
I tend to make a lot of one-of-a-kind pieces. Although I started doing ceramics from store-bought greenware (& I do have some moulds,) I rarely use them anymore, preferring to build my own pieces from a lump of clay.
My favourite thing to do is painting (& glazing.) I love to work with bright colours and shiny finishes.
I have a family & day job, that keep me busy too, but now that my kids are young adults, I have more time for painting, or making jewelry, or working with clay.
Since I started my etsy shop (Nov 08) I’ve spent a lot of time on the computer, learning to edit photos, blog, twitter, facebook…etc.
There’s always so much to learn, and try. I never get bored.
Hi! My name is Jenny Hoople and my business is Authentic Arts. I make glamorous, colorful, natural jewelry.
My workspace is… the coffee table in my living room! I sit on the beanbag chair to be at the same height as the table and there’s a huge north-facing picture window right over my shoulder. My little bunny helper (she’s under the table in the pictures) hops around trying to steal seeds and leather cord from my materials boxes and begging for attention. I keep my laptop handy on the couch next to my napping husband.
I’ve always needed to work in the same space I live in. I wouldn’t mind having a desk, but then the bunny would miss having me within arm’s reach!