|mixed media on panel, 48x60|
|This shows my work area from the other side of the studio|
|A little different angle|
|the opposite wall and my little office/seating area|
|mixed media on panel, 24x60, 'Paper Airplanes'|
|untitled, mixed media on panel, triptych, 6'x9'|
|mixed media on panel, 48x48, 'Goodbye Mr. G'|
|48x48 mixed media on panel, '6 Deep', available at Gallery903, www.gallery903.com|
I'm in the process of learning 'blogsy'. This is a blog posting app I can use on my ipad. I'm sure there are many of you who have already mastered this and I commend you! It's a few notches above my skill level. At present my time is very limited on my main computer due to the ever crumbling back. So I am using my ipad 90% of the time now! I've had to make changes to how I work and am thankful for the technology I have to do that. My iPhone is my camera now and excels over my little digital camera I used for years. I can 'airdrop' the images from my phone to my ipad, edit them in my photo app and send them via dropbox, email or a number of other ways. I can do all of this resting my back while laying on my bed. Very thankful!
I had the privilege of delivering a painting to a clients home about a month ago. As many of you know, we seldom get to see where our work ends up. They wanted me to stay while they hung it and it was an amazing experience. What happened after the work was hung was a new experience for me. The clients energy from their home infused the painting that was once just me. It was totally unexpected and I will never forget it. They were kind enough to send me photos.
Well wish me luck on posting this. I'll be sharing more ways that I am changing how I work in the studio later. And if any of you are local, come by Howard/Mandville Gallery in Kirkland next Saturday for the Introductions Show featuring the five newest artists, me being one of those lucky people! The reception will be from 4pm to 6pm. You can go to www.howardmandville.com, click on shows for all the info.