A metal display shelf turned on its short side leans against the east wall of the house, providing a place to hang spare eyeglasses, a Valentine's Day rose, tweezers, nail clippers and a few jewelry tools. All the paintbrushes, sponge brushes and clay tools sit in bottles, jars and cocoa containers, waiting for the next project. To the left of the shelf you see an "ideas in progress" area, with notes about ideas that spring up in the middle of other projects. To the left of the picture window you see a mini gallery of finished paintings and a second motivational/idea area.
Clutter piles up over time, which blocks creative flow. Dust makes things feel stale, and balls of paper, cardboard and other assorted bits and pieces build negativity. Once all that trash gets bagged and hauled out, the room has a fresh, vibrant feeling.
|View from my work station. Photo 1 by Jack V. Sage, May 2012|
|View from my work station. Photo 2 by Jack V. Sage, May 2012|
|"On the Hunt" Acrylic Wash by Jack V. Sage, Photo 1, May 6, 2012|
|"On the Hunt" Acrylic Wash by Jack V. Sage, Photo 2, May 6, 2012|