This is the area that I really cleaned. There were about 10 of bins of acrylic paint, a large dark brown three panel hinged screen, some old canvas, an old slide light box, and lots of little junk (some sun faces I bought to paint but never did, some statues, some old books, etc). I have to still label and organize all of those white boxes that hold things for hanging, postcards, camera bettery chargers, you name it and it's probably in one of those boxes. You can see my two larger easels and my favorite cigar box easel on the tripod. In the back is my favorite studio item - the black roll around cart that holds all of my photos and reference material, plus afan that looks very vintage but is actually new and modern.
This is the area for my small canvases. I have all of the canvas for daily painting and gallery wrap canvas for Weems Artfest. There are also some small "mini" canvases (4x4, 4x5) that I will be painting for Artfest this year. I also have two extra stools stored underneath for when people come and hang out.
Another view. You can see the doggies' beds (which I remove every morning) and my little studio cross collection. And a clock. Of course. I put it WAY over there so I would forget to look at it. I hate clocks. On the far right you will notice part of a wall that has 2x4s laid out for holding completed paintings. The French door leads out to the side courtyard.
I think I've almost given you a 360 degree view of the studio, now I just need to get to work!