Studio Space

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Create the home art studio you’ve been dreaming of.

whether it’s a tiny bin under your bed,

a gorgeous space in a converted barn,

portable art kit ideas

or a room of one’s own.

 You deserve a space in which to make  your art. A space that is sacred, and just for you, your creativity, and to nurture yourself.  Carving out and maintaining that space can be tricky when there are so many things and people demanding time and space in our lives. I want to help you make a space that stokes your creativity and invites you to create with joy.

Examining Your Assumptions, and Making a Plan

This is one of the unique parts of this class. I help you to slow down, and get in touch with what you really want out of your art practice, and therefore your space, before we touch a thing. 


     + Examine your assumptions about your art studio.

     + Visualize what might be possible and dream big. 

     + Accept your space limitations and then do more than you thought possible within them.


Paring Down

For most of us, clutter gets in the way of making art.

If you don’t have open table space, or  you can’t find your materials, you can’t create.

A huge part of what I’ll teach you is how to decide what stays and what goes. 

I will guide you step by step – working through categories of items that typically clutter artists’ studios and get in the way of creating. I’ll even help you identify where to donate your unwanted items.

Studio Inspiration

The Studio Inspiration section is one of my favorite parts of the class.

     + Peek into 12 different artists’ studios.

     + See a variety of spaces: from bedroom to barn. 

     + Steal other artists tips and ideas.

     + We ALL deserve time and space to create, I want to show you how.

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Room for Inspiration

Your space can be organized, functional, and inspiring. I’ll show you how to fold in little bits of magic into your studio.


I want you to walk into your space and feel welcomed, invited, and tempted to create.

Amy’s course is amazing! It has lit a fire under me to create a space that really works. Seeing other artists’ working studios including a deep dive into Amy’s space has helped me create a vision for my own studio. And the writing prompts were so helpful, as I started the process, to push through the things that were holding me back. Thank you Amy!
Cami Flake

You’ll have 10 lessons in video, a 60-page full color e-book, and gorgeous photos

Lesson Plan

I converted my dining room to an art space, but have struggled to make it functional. But what I’ve learned from your class has resulted in a huge mind shift, it’s like a switch has finally been turned off from the mentality of “I might use this one day” to really understanding that clearing space equals freeing up energy to create. But, it’s even more than that.  Just the way you speak about spaces of any type/size as studios offers that extra oomph of validation I was missing.

 Thank you, Amy, for your kind, gentle, and fun inspiration and encouragement. I am a happier and healthier person for learning from you. 

Jennifer B.

Studio Space has helped me narrow down,  pass on the supplies I don’t need, and organize what I work with.

I’m feeling very good about what’s happening in my studio space. I feel motivation to create that has been missing. I think it was lost in the mess.

Aleta Jacobson

Studio Lighting and Furniture

We will look at different options for drawers, shelving, tables, and lighting.

I’ll offer lots of ideas from my own studio.

You’ll get ideas for repurposing furniture and sourcing it free or inexpensively.

See creative ways to occupy part of a common space, such as a living room or dining room.



Studio Organization

Learn how to: 

Divide, categorize, and contain.

Create distinct creation stations, 

Open up table space so you can create. 

Make a structure in the studio that makes organization easy ongoing.



Use Your Checklist to Organize Your Approach

Clear outs, organizing supplies, and moving things around in your space all take time and thought. It’s important to take it at your own pace and in your way. Your chunky 60 page PDF has tons of helpful information, links, and resources, and also a fabulous checklist to keep you on task. 


I’ve tried to think of everything to help you have success in creating the studio of your dreams in the space you have. 

Can I take this class if I'm new to art?
Absolutely! I will lead you through step by step in creating an art making space in your home, whether you have a lot of space and budget, or just a little.
Should I take this class if I am an experienced artist?
YES. Whether you need to reimagine a new art space in your house, or just retool the current one, I’m here to help you create your unique Studio Space.
Can I give this class as a gift?
Do I need basic computer knowledge to take the class?
Yes, this class is accessible on a page hosted on my website. The videos are all shot in HD and require a broadband connection for viewing the class.
Do I have lifetime access to the class?
Yes, as long as I have a website, you have access to the class!
How much are the supplies for this class?
Supplies are not included in the cost of the class, and you resource or purchase whatever you might need for your home studio. I include links for finding furniture and other storage supplies at low or no cost as well as links for box stores that sell furniture and lighting.
Is this class live or self-paced?
This is a self-paced class with videos and a PDF. You can access them on the site whenever you want, and you have lifetime access.
What is the refund policy?
Because this is an immediate, lifetime access class, no refunds will be granted, regardless of circumstances. Registration is non-transferrable.