When you have a skill in painting, you want to share your art with the world. You have always dreamed of having your own studio where you can paint and show other people how to paint as well, but you aren't sure where to acquire a studio that will meet your needs best.
There are many buildings, including studio and one-bedroom homes, that can make a great canvas painting studio. The right location, price, and features of individual available units will ultimately help you decide which building is best for your needs. In the meantime, use this guide to help you select a great studio for your canvas painting classes.
If you want a studio for private use, then you can buy or lease a property nearly anywhere, since you will be the only one accessing the studio. However, since you are more into teaching a class, you want a location that is easy to find, in a great residential or business neighborhood, and — perhaps most important of all — has ideal parking. The right studio will give you the professional appeal you want as an artist to bring in the students you desire.
You want a studio that has a large, open space for you to work in. You also want built-in shelving units and other storage to house canvases, paints, and all your other supplies. Windows are a huge factor, since natural sunlight will be best for not just teaching your classes, but allowing you to have a comfortable environment to paint in as well.
You want proper ventilation as well, so choose a location that has central heat and air. This way, should you have paint fumes overwhelming your studio or you need to have canvases dry in a temperature-controlled area, you'll have the appliances and equipment you need to stay prepared and to remain comfortable when painting during any time of year.
Are you planning on renting a studio so you can teach classes for a while to see how they go? Then seek a flexible lease for a building that will allow you to rent on a month-to-month basis. Or, if you go with a longer contract, see if you can get a discount on your monthly fees.
If you want to buy a studio, consider buying a house that has a studio space but also space where you can live onsite as well. Or, you can buy a single studio that is close to your own home at a price point that is comfortable so you can enjoy your new career without a huge monetary investment. Let your realtor know what you can afford when it comes to your painting class studio needs.Share