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October 24, 2019

Laurel's art has always consumed her life and living space.  Over the years she has discovered that the better organized she is, the easier it is to produce art.  In her adolescent years her studio consisted of her bedroom in her parents' home.  To her mothers horror, the room was covered in speckles of airbrush paint, giant stacks of papers, canvases and all manner of unorganized art supplies that had no place to be stored.   Since those days, every new space she moves into is evaluated, not for the size of kitchen, or value of neighborhood, but for its use as a functional art studio.   

Straight out of college she found the cheapest apartment that had the biggest living/dining room square footage so she could get the largest workbench possible.  That workbench was a full sheet of plywood, 8ft by 4 ft, which was held up by paper drawers.  It consumed the room, and  in the corner she had the tiniest loveseat that none of her friends ever wanted to cras...

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