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Storing My paintings by Samuel Mirryridge - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 21:22:18 EST ID:P6LrGxmp No.51943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What is a good way to store a lot of paintings.
I don't have those shelves like those in a studio classroom.
I also don't have the space to build them, my studio is a bedroom/office/studio.
How do I store my paintings from large to small.
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Nigel Chillerford - Fri, 05 May 2017 14:17:06 EST ID:2RpF6UJV No.52022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51943
I paint over the old canvases after I have taken pictures but I'm kind of new to the whole painting thing so there is not much lost.
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Ernest Brivingken - Thu, 11 May 2017 17:46:57 EST ID:lYmG7YE+ No.52035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pickle them in jars
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Phoebe Nickleville - Tue, 23 May 2017 04:21:20 EST ID:xmRuuccM No.52060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The worst place your art can be is in storage. Equally as bad to be on your own walls. Temporarily give them to friends to look after on their walls. Or best of all sell them, for whatever you can get for them. If not for money, food, drugs, booze, sex.
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Barnaby Classledock - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 22:12:29 EST ID:nOobWrwZ No.52122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52060

Selling non-commissioned art is disingenuous at best.

I suppose many people would not understand, but I am correct.

I would be absolutely ashamed of myself.
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Barnaby Classledock - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 22:16:29 EST ID:nOobWrwZ No.52123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52060

Also, why create art if not for yourself?

Who better to enjoy a thing than its own creator?
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Wesley Goodwill - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 14:41:16 EST ID:svSzGJtH No.52124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52122
>Selling non-commissioned art is disingenuous at best.
Not really sure what you mean but maybe I know the feeling you're describing. The idea of trying to sell my art makes me uneasy, as it's all a very personal process. But I know that great work comes from a place like this and I happily buy art from friends knowing that they aren't commissioned for me specifically.
If someone wants to give me money for something that I worked hard on, and they'll genuinely appreciate having it, that's pretty rad and seems like a balanced trade.
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Clara Cerrylire - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 16:50:56 EST ID:49j8Al2J No.52127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52123
Well, if you're trying to convey an emotion with your art, not sharing it at least with your friends kinda defeats the purpose.
Unless that's not your agenda.


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