It’s almost my one year anniversary of working in my new studio space; actually, I guess it’s been long enough that I can’t call it ‘new’ anymore! I share the third floor mill space with three other amazing makers and a ton of plants. Our studio is s a creative incubator that I love to spend time in… despite the fact that it’s sweltering in the summer. I always feel energized and satisfied after working there.
I always think it’s interesting to see where the finished product comes from and how similar the jewelry and the creative environment can be. So, I decided to take some pictures of my work-space to share with you.
The big picture of my nook in our studio. We painted the space in various blues and greens.
I now realize how desperately we need to paint the facade of that counter unit!
This is my little work area; lots of nail polish, hair, and fur!
Various feathers, ribbons, beads, and reflective glass thread.
Hanging over the corner of my work bench are my hammers, beads, and other supplies.