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Tour of "Cheap" Joe Miller's Studio

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Uploaded on Feb 20, 2008

http://www.cheapjoes.com -- Joe's Test Studio: Helpful hints from Cheap Joe Miller that will hopefully make your art experience even more enjoyable. Now from his own studio, here's Cheap Joe.

Welcome to my studio! Hi, I'm Joe from Cheap Joe's, and we're going to be doing some little workshops, about 2 to 3 minutes, or up to 10 minutes long, on a variety of art subjects and art products. I hope you learn a little something from them and I certainly hope you enjoy them. If you do, I'd love for you to tell your friends. If not, please don't tell anyone--I'm kidding! We just really want to hear from you, so just let us know how you like them.

People ask me all the time what my studio looks like, and this is my studio and I'm happy to show it to you. I love it, I'm here everyday either in the morning or the evening, or sometimes about all day. I'm very fortunate. As you know I have lots of brushes and we're going to be showing you lots of these different brushes in little segments and what they do and how they do. And of course I have lots of color, too, and we'll talk about color one day and the mixes and I just enjoy my studio so much.

I have all these drawers to organize things and here I have some partially finished artwork, and then I have an area where I do collage.

I created this little space after taking a Gerald Brommer workshop which I loved and it was a collage workshop. Now I have a little area here that I can do my collage papers and not create a mess over the whole studio which I usually have anyhow. But I love this little corner and I take my collage papers over to my easel and finish them over there.

This is my worktable that faces my fireplace and of course everything is right here for me, my blotter, water, brushes, extra paint, and spray bottle. I've cleaned it up a little bit--it's usually really messy. This is where I work and where I have so much fun doing my art!

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