How to do Wisdom Painting in a Small Space

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Wisdom Painting in a small space

Wisdom Painting in a small space. This is a narrow wall next to the bathroom. It measures 28 inches wide x 41 inches tall… it all fits under the light switch.

Do you live in a small space? Do you wish you lived in a larger place so you would have room to paint? Well… no fear… Wisdom Painting can fit into any size space you have!

I recently did my own Wisdom Painting in a small space. Pictured at left is a narrow wall next to the bathroom. It measures 28 inches wide x 41 inches tall. The entire studio set up fits under the light switch.

The Studio Set Up in a Small Space

The Studio Set Up in a Small Space

So, here’s what to do. Tape some plastic or a sheet of paper on the wall. Then, tape the paper you paint on top of that piece of paper. Place a drop cloth or plastic on the floor. Set your paints, brushes, palette, and water on the drop cloth. Grab yourself a low seat like a step stool or ottoman, or perhaps a chair.

Now, you have no excuse. Go paint! See what wants to comes out onto the paper.

Wisdom Painting by Mary Rush Gravelle.

Wisdom Painting by Mary Rush Gravelle.

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Mary Rush Gravelle

Mary Rush Gravelle

Mary Rush Gravelle is the creator of Wisdom Painting. She paints, writes, leads creativity workshops , and resides in Sedona, Arizona with her loyal sidekick Sir Kitty.

Sir Kitty

Sir Kitty

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