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02 Sep 2015
Every artist carries a dream of owning a studio. Since the space crunch is faced by many artists are picking smaller studios having basic necessities. Even backyard or the lobby or even the garage will do being a make shift studio. Some tips to beautify your own space and studio are highlighted below. Paint and wine

This studio represents the consumer, their personal likes and dislikes, interests, education and creativity levels. Bearing in mind the artist's nature it's possible to have individual display of artworks. Successful and good works can look on the walls since this gives feeling of confidence on the artist. Arrangement of art materials and canvasses can be done in a neat manner to really make the place attractive. Hanging green plants and also having fresh water arrangements in vases can help enliven the environment.

Colour of any type is very attractive. Upholstery and furniture should be of attractive along with dark colours to stop staining with paints. Wooden flooring must be protected as spill of solvents and paints may ruin the coating. Avoid rugs and mattresses while they may accidentally be stained during sessions of painting. Have a display board to put up[ attractive pictures so you can get new and fresh painting ideas. Everyone must display materials that let the creative spurt from within and based on the nature and likes of individual one can decorate the studio to represent their identity. Art studio

Art studio has to be decorated keeping in mind the style of work as an abstract artist needs more space than any other style artist and keeping everything neat here would hinder the creativity in the abstract artist. Decorations from the studio must be in a way that which promote growth and encouragement for that artist. So all you wonderful artists go and decorate your studios as painting career does not necessarily mean to have the paint only on canvas along with a boring studio, but all of this can also be brightened by having colours around!


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