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Visit the Best Artist Studio

At some time or another most people would like to visit an artist's studio, if nothing else to see how another profession works. This is understandable since a lot of jobs are seen as routine and boring. But with Art, (break out the soft lyrical music, the soft-focus lens, and the dreamy voiced narrator) it's different – or at least the vast majority of people think so. 

The studio artists who are full-time, serious artists can be treated like any other businessperson. They need to make money and a profit to pay their mortgages, buy new tools, supplies, or educate their children. The typical artist does not have a stipend or money from a rich parent to endlessly dawdle over a particular project. Although it may appear so, they don't have the money or stipends to spend endlessly on a project. 

For the most part, full-time artists have their own space to work in. It is much easier for them to not set up and tear down their studio every day. It can disrupt the flow of the day's work and cause delays in getting started.

A full-time studio requires a certain organization. For patrons who are used to seeing clean, organized spaces for selling, this organization is not ideal. We see the typical client who is averse to clutter, mess, and loose organization.