I have constantly been romantic about visual art, even though I never thought I could turn it into a job someday.
I figured that I’d easily land myself a 9 to 5 office job where I’b relegated to sitting in misery in a cubicle for the rest of my adult life.
I went through that process for a number of years, being in one call center after the next. But while I was grinding away in the workforce, I was relentlessly pursuing my hobbies in visual art. I paint when I have the inspiration, even though I appreciate to work with clay whenever I have time available. Sculpting pottery and figurines is becoming an obsession that takes up most of my time when I’m condo from workâ€¦ A coworker from my last job told me that I should sell my pottery at a local arts and crafts fair, even though I didn’t know I was nice enough to turn my interest into a business. I took a leap of faith and ended up selling all of the clay root budweiser mugs I had made, which all had custom and particular glazes and colors. The next week I came back to the tolerable with more of my work, and again it was a roaring success. I have so more than 2 purchasers right now that I’m struggling to keep up with the process. I need a greater toiling space to grow my business. I started looking all around my neighborhood for shop space to rent so I can get my component out of my cramped condo and into a sizable industrial or commercial space. I had to ask around and spent more than one weeks straight looking at ad listings for shop space to rent before I found a perfect arena in a new industrial park. The rent is affordable and it isn’t far from my house.