Creative Spaces Pt. 1

Studios, cooperatives, coffee shops, libraries, artists are at work everywhere.  The comfort level of our creative spaces are so important to the quality of what we produce, not to mention how frequently we produce.

In part one of a blog on creative spaces, I want to take you on a tour of my house.  We have 3 rooms that are dedicated creative spaces, an outdoor workshop and some space in the backyard.

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My primary workspace is a small desk with an ultrabook and ipad. Any larger desk just fills up with junk.
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To the left of my main workspace are guitars and art from the X Files and Futurama, to the right is a framed poster of E from the Eels, a painting of Bossk, several pieces of pottery and inspirational books, and more manchild memorabilia.
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Our outdoor workshop for dangerous stuff like glass cutting and welding. Also storage for ceramic pieces until they get fired.
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Maggie’s workspace so she can “work” alongside her parents.
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Wife Vesna has a separate room for her crafting/ sewing/ clothes design.
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Our backyard picnic table is where most of the ceramic masks are made. I painted a section of my back fence white and it’s appeared in numerous backyard photo shoots.
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The actual computer room gets less use as the desktop computer nears a decade of existence and has been mostly phased out in favor of the mobile tech. It gets used when I need to do scanner stuff or mix music.

Part 2 will feature all the spaces I work in that ain’t in my house!

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I'm a multimedia artist in Phoenix, AZ. Main Site - http://www.primordialcreative.com Instagram @primordialcreative + twitter @dbmillerphoto

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