The most natural, authentic, wonderful and random art is what’s left on my studio table after a class. Evidence that fun was had, art was made here! I love these colorful traces left behind, so I gathered some pictures of them for this post, no words today, the pictures tell the whole story 🙂
This is one of my favorite tools in the studio, old gift cards. Oh and no, we don’t clean them!
Old cardboard (thanks, Amazon!) palettes. I have a hard time throwing these away. Sometimes I’ll just hang them up on the wall. Abstract art at its best!
Paper used to clean off our brayers.
The paper covering my table.
Sometimes I use these papers as gift wrap.
After I teach paint pouring, the cups look like colorful eye-balls.
Another of my beloved traces left over after paint pouring, are wonderful paint skins.
Oh, and let’s not forget my hands! This is what they look like after working in the studio.
Do you also save beautiful art evidence?