Saturday, 23 May 2009

My muses

SBG Altered Artspirations challenge is up! (05/22-05/28)
Our specific focus this week is: "Studio Inspiration" Someone just handed you $25,000 (we can dream right?) Create your dream art studio (or any smaller/concentrated view such as the desk, a wall, your supplies cabinet, etc) any size you wish (ATC, 12x12 etc) You could even do an "inspiration" board of "ideas" that you want your studio to look like! Honestly anything studio related will do! Don't over think it and just have fun creating your own space.

Check out Tangies blog {here} and {here} for some fun ideas. Also check out this {search} on Studios and this one on {Flikr}.

I thought long what I wanted to do with $25.000 for a new studio. I would like a faster stronger PC for rendering etc. and more space also, as my work area is a corner of the bedroom and totally overstuffed, but than I thought...I love my corner! More than a big studio, I prefer my muses to keep coming. The sea, my kids, music, my cats (you see the kitten on my phone...many times they have deleted my latest work dancing on my keyboard) here it is...My muses.

green backgroundpaper - Irene Alexeeva Applecart
carton box - boxes by MGL studios
metal fastener inside box - Birgit Kerr December morning
paintbrush - Tangie Baxter Studio Remnants
Vials of color - Tangie Baxter Studio Remnants
watercolor box - Tangie Baxter Studio Remnants
painted purple cardboard - Tangie Baxter Studio Remnants
woodie (mannequin) - Yorkbear (blogfreebie)
easel ) - Yorkbear
PC - Yorkbear (blogfreebie)
software -Poser, Bryce, PSP, googled
blue and green paintsplat - Studio MGL Awakening
old book - Studio MGL Discovery
red splat - studio MGL Secret Connections
carton piece on top and middle - Birgit Kerr Frontporch
foil bling overlay - Doris Castle Sunday love
burned match - Studio Flergs Helter Skelter (
red frame, beads, black inkt stain - JMCcarthy - What a mess
broken pencil, pastels, Kim Jensen - Damaged Goods
paintings are my own
photo of me at Portsmouth (inspiration)
photo inside the frame is part of my workcorner

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