The new studio is still under construction so we moved a little desk into the corner of the porch/laundry room/back entrance for now. Thanks, Robbie.
Working in a small space is challenging and limits the amount of available materials but it also forces tidiness and focus which are really good things.
Unfortunately – and fortunately – the earning a living and still unpacking things tend to get in the way of being a gypsy full time but I’m still having a blast getting there.
The truth is … my dream progress is still happening behind the scenes and I’m quite proud of myself for making the time to create a new glass on glass vintage window project and filming the whole thing.
My little sis watched the video, she liked it, laughed a little and was even inspired to start creating her own peace so … I’m going to film the ending this weekend and hand it off to RJM to finish the edit and publish. I’ll keep you posted.
From one artist to another … a blast from the past.
Someone stenciled this discarded heart-shaped piece of wood.
It was one of those thrift store finds that immediately got my attention and did not end up in storage. I cut and glued vintage china shards, pink iridescent tile, red mirror tile, silver tapestry tile, green glass gems, a couple of red glass hearts, red lips and finished it off with charcoal grout.
It sold the day it was finished. No regrets, except not keeping it. 😉
Charcoal was a good choice.
Moving on … insert whooshing sound here. “D”
“One ought to hold on to one’s heart; for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head too.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche