WHAT’S YOUR EXCUSE? Lessons From the Open Studio

Only in my studio can you see the largest collection of beaver-chewed-sticks in NH...maybe the world!!

Only in my studio can you see the largest collection of beaver-chewed-sticks in NH…maybe the world!! (This is just a small sample….)


I’ve heard every excuse in the book on why you don’t want to have an open studio. I’ve used a few of them myself!

But most of them aren’t very good excuses.

So here’s the first in a series of responses to your favorite excuse. Check out my response to “I don’t have a local audience!”, at my bi-weekly column at Fine Art Views.

And if you’re open to it, there will be plenty more to come! Enjoy.

Related posts:
“Be An Art Hero”
Open the Door to Your Studio & Your Heart for The Crafts Report.

More beautiful sticks in my studio. Aren't they amazing?!

More beautiful sticks in my studio. Aren’t they amazing?!

2 thoughts on “WHAT’S YOUR EXCUSE? Lessons From the Open Studio

  1. I’m looking forward to these posts! I love your sticks btw… I have a thing for sticks, too. I pick them up everywhere and put them in my house and studio. My husband on the other hand does not appreciate the beauty.

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