I wanted to see more natural spaces one's that weren't polished and tidied to an inch of life as well as the tidied ones, I wanted to see the tiny spaces and the large attic conversions to the shed in the garden. I wanted to show it doesn't matter how good, how big, or how great your space is, you can create regardless and hope that this blog will give people the encouragement to set up a corner or a shed or whatever it may be and start creating and not hold back due to lack of space. I also wanted it to be a blog that both women and men could feature in unlike the Where Women Create Series. And so Where People Create was born.
The blog consists of showing numerous photos or videos or both of the space. Then to give the viewer an idea of the space, and its uses, and how it functions I decided that ten questions should be asked to each artist/crafter. Also, at the end of the feature I will usually try to post a photo of the persons work.
I am always looking for spaces to be featured, all that you have to do is drop me a line at: email@example.com. Artists and crafters from all around the globe have been featured, but would love to see more of my fellow Etsy Ireland team members.
|Susan Moloney's Art Studio Susan Moloney's Facebook Page|
|Balanced Crafts Studio Feature. Balanced Crafts on Facebook.|
|My messy dining room table in UK|
|Missy Bonkers Studio Missy Bonkers Website|
And finally thanks to everyone for taking the time to read this and I hope you come visit Where People Create sometime, or perhaps consider being featured. Thank you!