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As someone who is passionate about art, you know that a clean work space is a must if you want to create the best product possible. But it can be hard maintaining a clean studio space when your creative process spills over into all corners of your workspace and materials are scattered everywhere! In this blog post, I will share with you 5 ways to maintain a clean studio space as an artist so that you can focus on what really matters: creating beautiful art.

Organize by function

One of the easiest ways to maintain a clean studio space is to organize your room into functional areas. For example, create one area for painting and another for drawing so that you can easily put away supplies when they are no longer needed there. This will make it easier for you to find things later too!

Keep a trash can in every zone

Another way to maintain a clean studio space is by keeping your floor clear of clutter so that you have plenty of room for walking around. By having multiple trash cans in different zones, it will be easier to keep the area free from waste when you are done working on something there. Be sure also to check the trash regularly to avoid creating a mess!

Use bins and drawers

If you are having trouble finding things because they are scattered everywhere, consider using plastic storage containers or filing cabinets. This will make it easier for you to keep supplies stored away until they are needed again. You can also use baskets instead of bins if that is more aesthetically pleasing to you.

Check your tools

One of the biggest problems in many studios is that people don’t check their tools before using them so they are often dirty or damaged when put back away again. This can cause a mess if paint drips on your table or wood breaks while working with it, and it will also make it harder to find the right one when you need it again! Be sure to check your tools before putting them away so that everything is ready for use next time.

Use a matte finish

Finally, consider using flat or satin finishes on wood and metal surfaces instead of glossy paint. This will prevent fingerprints from marking up surfaces, which can make it harder to maintain a clean studio space and will also ruin some of your art supplies. Make sure that you check what kind of finish is on any surface before using paint or other materials on them!


How many artists do you know? They may be painters, sculptors, photographers or any other type of artist. If you are an art gallery owner and have been wondering how to prep your space for a group of different artists in a variety of mediums then this article is just for you! In this blog post we will cover 5 steps that will help prepare your gallery space for a group of artists.

First is to create a schedule with the dates and times that each artist would like to display their work on the wall. This step is important as it helps ensure that no two pieces overlap, creating confusion among visitors.

Next up is allocating room within the gallery itself so each artist has enough room to display their work. It is also important to have space for the visitors so they can move around freely while viewing each piece of art without being too crowded, which would make it difficult to really appreciate what you are seeing.

Additionally, if there are other pieces in your gallery that normally get more attention than others by default then consider rotating these pieces to a different part of the space, or even out of sight completely so that each artist has an equal opportunity for their work to be seen and appreciated by those passing through.

In order to make sure every artist gets as much exposure as possible you should also consider rotating your artists from time-to-time. This way no one gets too comfortable with being the only one in their designated space.

This also allows your visitors to see a variety of work each time they come by so that you are not creating an artist who is “the main attraction”.

Lastly, if there’s room consider using smaller pieces on tables throughout the gallery instead of just on the walls, this will allow visitors to see more of what is available at a glance.

There are always different ways to make room for artists in an art gallery and these tips can help you prepare your space quickly!

You’re now ready to welcome some new artists into your space with ease!