Sometimes, in the summer and fall, I set up my easel or drawing board outside on my deck or patio. One of my big dreams is to have a sunlit studio space with white walls and high ceilings. Until then, I am content with the small space I have. It allows me privacy and I don't have to leave my home to work on my art.
What does your creative space look like? If you don't have one, consider setting up a portable box of supplies to use at your kitchen table or a fold up table in the corner of the living room. It is important to create a place where you can do your art. If you prefer solitude, create an art on the go bag and frequent local parks, cafes or even your own backyard.
While it is nice to have a large space to play, it is more important to work with what you have and start creating today.
Have a creative day!