Associated in making artworks is a bit (a lot) of mess. But this does not indicate that you should be used to a workspace looks cluttered and chaotic. Being an artist, your art studio is also a representation of yourself and just as how you love taking care of yourself. So why would you let it to look disorganize and dirty wherein you can do simple tasks to keep it in order and use Shark Apex vacuum to keep it clean at all times?
Most probably, there are stuff in your studio that you barely use. So, the first step in de-cluttering your studio is by getting rid of materials and things that you are no longer using. Learn to let go of the stuff that you hoarded and instead, donate these supplies to those who are more in need like:
- Community Centers
- Elementary Schools
Remember, it is best that you donate in your local area. However, when donating, see to it that those stuff that you will be donating are still usable. Paint brushes that have dried-up paint will be useless and so, when purging your supplies, create 2 separate piles, one for the stuff you can still donate and the other should be for those that are rubbish.
You’re an Artist, Be Creative
For your pens, markers, paint brushes and pencils, you can store them in metal buckets or mason jars.
There are literally tons of cheap containers that can be bought in local market and you don’t need to spend that much actually.
By having them stored in a container, you would not just be able to instantly organize your art supplies but also, it is going to be easier to find. After all, you are an artist by nature and passion, this should be an easy task for you.
Have a Designated Area for Projects in Progress
Say that you are working on multiple projects at once, then you have to ensure to have enough room for all upcoming projects that you will be working on. Have shelves to store and to protect unfinished works and see to it that they are covered with flat plastic to keep it free from lint and dust.