- Clutter kills a thriving art practice. Keep your art space minimal and clean for your most authentic results. Here are 5 tips I use to keep my art flowing.
- Clean brushes post-session with brush soap for a fresh start every time.
- Corral your tubes. Store paint tubes for your current project in an enamel butcher tray to keep them organized.
- Toss, wash, or fold used rags and paper towels after each session for a clutter-free space.
- Keep brushes for your current project upright in a small jar or vase for easy access.
- Less Is More. Reserve your workspace for what you're actively using, not your entire supply stash. Stay organized, stay inspired!
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