STUDIO SPACE OF ONES OWN
When our girls were in high school art shows, lots and lots of art shows, I can't tell you the number of times I heard someone say; "I don't have a creative bone in my body", or "I could never be an artist, I can't even draw a straight line". They were wrong.
Everyday life in inherently creative, which means we're all artists of a sort. Naturally there are Artists, and there are artists, and most of us fall into the later category, but if you are alive, you are creative.
|Roy Lichtenstein, a braxton and yancey favorite, in his studio.|
However you express yourself creatively, you will require the literal space in which to do it.
|Jack White in his recording studio, Third Man Records. Anyone else a JW fan? Conquest, anyone?|
|Julia Child in her kitchen/studio. This picture cracks me up!|
|Elizabeth Taylor at her dressing table. Do you agree that a dressing table can be a creative space?|
|Surely Maria Carey's dressing room elevates getting dressed to an art form. OMG the shoes alone!! Seriously, I would probably never ever leave this room.|
|Anyone who sews knows how much space it requires. I remember when my mom would sew on the dining room table before she commandeered her own space.|
|I love to photographs flowers, and I consider my backyard ( and everyone else's backyards for that matter) my creative space.|
|Of course anyone who blogs needs quiet space to write. Are you one of those who can concentrate in a crowded coffee shop? Wish I could, but that is definitely not me.|
Have a beautiful day.