A nook in my art studio that is heavy with supplies and one of my five Idea Boards – a very useful tool for creating.


Creating is messy work – a look at my assemblage station in my studio. There are also stations for gourd art and clay.


Traveling with my art – rolling cases full of supplies are carried with me to set up a mini art studio at our cabin.



Some of my completed work hanging in my Art Studio. Notice a hint of the paint and sprays stored on the adjacent wall.


The walls of my art room are covered in finished pieces and my found object inventory resides on every available shelf or hanger.


Gourds waiting to be cleaned and transformed into finished gourd art. Every bit of space is utilized in my art room – we added shelves above the doors to store gourds.


Next to the entry door hangs one of my paint storage areas. Two of my three favorite paints reside here – Lindy’s Stamp Gang sprays and DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics. Adjacent to my work space, sits a selection of my other favorite – Finnabair’s Art Alchemy acrylic paints.


A general supply area attached to one of my work spaces. I’m slowly transforming it into a place just for mixed media supplies (however the gourds will retain the top shelf). It’s held my potpourri supplies for more than 20 years. You can see some of the pure oils still sitting on the shelves.