Here is one of the shelf areas I have for displaying the things that are inspiring me at the moment.
Lots of wire shelving for storage, and a spot for my printer.
My drawing board. This a great one as it can go completely flat for watercolor. My journal is open
A bit of nostalgia thrown in for humor. My solo show poster for graduation, the year has to be wrong!
A pegboard is always a handy way to have your tools at the ready.
These are the skylights above my paint station.
A view of my encaustic area.
I have plenty of electricity for my hot palettes and irons and a magnetic strip for all the colors I use.
My collection of wax pigments to use in the creation of the encaustic paints.
I just returned from an encaustics class where I was the studio assistant for friend and artist Lisa Pressman. I will devote my next post to my experiences at Penland, NC with her. And also elaborate more on the encaustic space I have, and how I mix medium and my paints.