Welcome to my Studio

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Welcome to my studio! This week I am sharing a tour on my YouTube Channel, showing how and where I work. I’m planning on buying my first home later this year, which means I have been organising and packing away my possessions. While re-ordering I thought this would be a good time to re-vamp my studio space. I cleaned it up, made a lot more space and set-up a filming area.

This has been totally amazing because I don’t have to worry about organising my materials and camera equipment, it’s all there are ready to go. I’m making art a daily practice, so every morning I up with my paints out and my camera on. Having the space and time to paint everyday is making such a huge difference to my work, and means that I have so much more content on the way.

If you do any kind of creative work, having space to work and an organised studio set-up is so important. Space, time, and organisation are all obstacles that can get in the way of having a regular creative practice, and carving out a space just for your work can really help remove those creative blocks. It’s doesn’t have to be huge; my space is a 6x4 ft table

If you are interested in any of the materials mentioned in this video, you can find them below*:

Winsor and Newton 36 Pan Palette

Faber-Castell Studio Quality Pencils

Pebeo 24 Pan Palette

Hannah 🎨✨