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September 19th, 2012 - 11:35 AM
I have been wondering if most artists consider themselves MESSY and Disorganized in reference to housekeeping, everyday living and in their studios.
I often feel so overwhelmed by the abundance of Clutter, paperwork,collections of STUFF, art related or otherwise in all of my personal and work related spaces. No matter how much i attempt to ORGANIZE and clean, I am doomed to face an entirely new and/or much of the exact same piles and confusion as the day before. I seem to move my newly organized piles to a space merely feet (sometimes only inches) away from the original upheaval and then feel Stuck until I ORGANIZE A LIST OF what I would like to organize and then lose my list in the mess in the very room I was planning to reorganize. HELLLPPPP! Is this simply the creative, mixed media artist within? ( preparing for an interesting collage of some sort) .
What do you think?