Ok, I'm embracing the chaos and our virtually useless economy. I just want to make some art. It looks as though I may be moving from my currently only half unpacked studio,
Economics are tossing my studio about like half a cork in a turbulent ocean. Everything is up in the air and I'm unsure of where I will land. I'm packing again. In the meantime I try to sketch and work on some installation ideas and large scale work. I hope I will be able to make some art soon.
Yes. I have started work on the new studio space. The glass counter is in place on a series of drawers were I can store almost anything. Things are a bit more ahead than this photo. It's very exciting. Unpacking and organizing supplies for a new space. It's actually fun now. Hope to have a series with the progress in the next few days up on monday. Until then I'm organizing drilling, hanging and assembling.
Visitors will be welcome soon.
Ok, I know everyone is wondering when I'm going to have my new heavybubble site ready. It's a bit embarrassing to be a founder in a company and not be using its product.
The truth is I've been making everyone else's bubbles and getting our first heavybubble event : makingFIVE off the ground. The show is pretty darn good for our first. So that's why I'm not ready. Ok that's not all. I just haven't gotten my work organized. That's the hardest part; determining exactly what you want to show up where and in what order.
Yes this is an old photo. But you'll probably see this old configuration in the new studio.
Well. That was an adventure. My studio is still in boxes but it is moved out of my place for making art the past three years. I certainly did may lots of drawings. I packed tons. I actually forgot that I made some of them.
I'm starting to move the drawings to their new flat files here and now I get to look at them again – reacquaint myself. Some will get frames and hang in the hallway to our office.
I had an excellent POST even though I didn't really market my work. I still have one of my drawings to be framed and delivered to its new home.