No photo here. Yet.
I'm waiting for the pile to be completed. If it ever is.
I am piling up fabrics to remove from my studio. A couple days ago, I was very frustrated when trying to clean up my studio after I finished #32 in my last series. I'm not saying the series is finished. But the overwhelming accumulation of stuff that I never use is. Finished.
Out of here.
Boxes of fabrics that I starched years ago for a completely different type of artwork. Gone. Bags and bags of 2-inch squares that I cut years before that for watercolor quilts. Gone. So much cleared out. So far to go.
I originally planned to sell all of this on Ebay and/or Etsy. I got to thinking about all the time involved. Layout, photography, descriptions, listing, labeling, packaging, post-officing, etc. I decided to streamline the process. Call a friend. See if her husband wanted it for the art department of his school. I got a yes. Now its pack it up and get it out.
Drawer after drawer is being emptied. What a fantastic feeling.
There are a few things I will try to sell on Etsy. I've got several shallow drawers full of fabric cut outs. Fruits, veggies, vines, leaves, birds (anybody interested?). I've also got more coordinated fabric square packages.
Now I'll be able to stow all of the new items. Vintage letter stamps. Plastic letters. Even more beads. Maps. Paper scraps. Paper punches.
And by the time I get all of this organized and labeled, I'll be on to something completely different.
Like medical school.