I spend a great deal of time in my office/studio, surrounded by books and bits of projects. Some started, others waiting to be called into service. My square footage is a bit better than decent – close to respectable, but not immense. I have enough space to spread out the materials that make up my ideas.
The focus of my space is the computer. That magic portal to the world. Here lies the connection to friends and family, knowledge, ideas, and places I have never been. On the other side stands the macro photography table, along with shelves filled with feathers, rocks, shells, dried flowers, paints, different colored backgrounds, cameras, lenses tripod, and various props and gizmos.
My dogs are a constant presence when I’m in the space, and on rainy and cold days, a handi-capable cat named Manga can be found sleeping in some fluffy corner.
My colorful and busy space reflects who I am in this moment and holds clues to what I aspire to be. I feel comfortable and creative here, like a witch in her spell-room.
What makes your space feel creative?
This post was inspired by a poem about spaces written by Kim LeClaire.
Exploring ideas on creativity through digital art.