WELCOME, to BEHIND THE SCENES Part II - where you will get a further glimpse into the workspaces of more Etsy artists and crafters. If you missed seeing the first segement of "Behind the Scenes", click on the link below.
Below you will see the remaining shops that I didn't have time to add into the first segment, which took me many hours to get set up and finished. Thanks for your patience.
ALYSSA KAY COLLECTIONS
Trish says, "I am almost ashamed of sending you this picture, I am not terribly organized. But of course I sometimes work right at my kitchen table too, right out of a fishing tackle box that transports all my supplies."
A lot of the artists felt the same way as Trish, but when you see all the beautiful creations that come from these workspaces...it sure doesn't matter how messy we artists can get in our spaces. It is what comes OUT of them that counts!
What a fantastic, organized space this is!
SHE'S BATTY DESIGNS
Here we can see several photos of what this artist's workspace looks like at different times.
Ah, now that looks more like it!
THE NAKED FROG
Teenage daughter's shop
ATELIER EXPO ARTE
"Just some pictures to show you where and how Atelier Expo Arte makes his handmade pieces.
This takes place in a small town in Portugal, called Vila Nva de Gaia."
Husband and wife team.
This area is in our living room, which is now been taken over by me as a studio. This area is where I do most of my metal clay work. I do my fabricating work in a space up-stairs in our bank barn. My husband's studio is up there (he's a sculptor...) JEFF HALL'S ART
I have a space where I do soldering and the heavy equipment is there, i.e; drill press, lathe, sanders, etc. Now that I have also started incorporating polymer clay in my work I've had to start another space dedicated to that. So I basically work all over the place, but this area featured is where I do most of it.
I don't know how people stay so organized! Wonder what the secret is!
MAD ART JEWELRY
TWO RIVERS SOAP
THANKS AGAIN to all the Etsy shops who participated in this "work spaces" feature. It was fun seeing how everyone works....I guess some of us are very neat and organized and some have "organized clutter". I definitely fall into the last category.