As a new year begins, like an unmolded piece of clay yet to take shape, I have decided to create some more content for beginner sculptors or even those who may not have considered sculpting a possibility because they do not have a workspace.
Not all artists can afford spacious art studios and social media managers. You’re one person trying to juggle a lot of balls, and if you’re making sculptures, you’ve got a few extra pieces in the air. My hope is to explore the various aspects of building a dedicated art practice from home, with a particular focus on the challenges faced by sculptors.
These posts are aimed at amateur artists who want to learn about the intricacies of creating, sharing, and showing their art sculptures without a big studio or a big budget.
If that sounds like you, then welcome to the start of your artistic journey, where the tangible meets the intangible and the creative process unfolds. The first series of posts will help you to start sculpting from home, illuminating the path from choosing your materials to transforming your space into an efficient, creative sanctuary. I’ll delve into the nitty-gritty, providing practical guidance on harnessing the potential of your home and your chosen medium to breathe life into your artistic vision.
Even if you're already armed with an established medium, I urge you stay with me and keep reading. The road of creativity is serpentine and its twists and turns can offer unexpected insights that can deepen your artistry and enrich your practice. Remember, inspiration doesn't always strike like a bolt of lightning; sometimes, it's hidden in the details, waiting to be discovered. So, let's embark on this path together, and you may just stumble upon your next great idea.
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