It is written that re-organizing your studio will generate a host of creative ideas as you unearth the many things you forgot that you had.
Re-organizing the studio is my intention, but it is a huge overwhelming undertaking. Located in the garage, with easy access to the house, I use the studio as a catch-all for “all things without a home”. I am my own worst enemy.
I’ve uploaded the incriminating photo – so now you get the picture! It could only be worse if a hurricane came through. I have documented my slovenly habits and made public this mess – thoroughly humiliated, I am forced to take responsibility and action.
I cleaned off my chair – I’m on a roll . . .
Phil is not the only weather forecasting rodent. Gilbert and Viola's children, and their children's children has relocate...
WAITING FOR OUR WINGS Back to the winged critters and the challenging composition. I was given excellent advice - my compo...
The kids at the Library should enjoy this painting. I did use layers of glazes in the sky and the clouds. I don't usually use gla...