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By Edna Wagner Piersol

Cincinnati: North mild Publishers, 1983. wonderful alternate paperback, seems unread, no markings, writer

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You do not live alone, schedule your work time when no one else home. While I was raising my family, my production hours were nine to three. Sometimes, on days when I was painting, I didn't even eat lunch. My children were in school and that was my only time to work and work hard I did. If you do not have a time when everyone else leaves the house, consider studio space away from the home or away from its center. You must remove yourself from all distractions. If someone so much as kindly offers you a cup of tea, it may shatter the mood.

There is a simple way. Draw a 5x7-inch rectangle. Then draw a diagonal line through the rectangle, from bottom left to top right. Now, let's say that you want to show the painting on the left side of your 3x5-inch mailing card and have some room on the printing. Let's say that ings, and you want to use right for printing. 53 your painting is horizontal, it needs to be reduced to about two and a half inches high in order to fit inside the card and allow a little margin. How much space will be left for printing?

I hide my 1 have combined every- studio equipment in the kitchen. During nonworking hours, my work table is covered with a floorlength cloth and looks like a comfortable, slightly oversized kitchen table. When the cloth is removed, a large cube on casters is revealed. One side of the cube is open, exposing shelves. Those shelves hold 30 X 40-inch illustration boards, paper, and other gear under the work ble's ample My ta- top. other painting paraphernalia, like paint tubes and brushes, stashed in a fishing kit and stored in the pantry.

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