Art Biz Blog says, "You can’t make a few nice pieces and sit in the easy chair. You have to work, work, work."from
I totally agree with Alyson, but I too fall guilty to not taking time to work in studio. Alyson suggests, devote yourself completely to your studio practice you have to:
1. Make studio time a regular part of your schedule - Choose certain days to work in your studio, or schedule a certain amount of hours per week to be in your studio. The idea is to make time to create.
2. Keep your time in the studio scared- Make time to work in your studio and staying focus on the task of creating art. Eliminate any distracting items. Turn off your cell phone or email alerts, or even place a sign on the door -Do Not Disturb. Working in your studio should be your time to work out a creative problem or to explore other creative options.
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