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 . . .
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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...