Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Twirling in My Studio

After a long weekend of helping with a garage sale and schlepping a bunch of stuff from Astoria to Salem, I woke up Monday morning feeling a little antsy and anxious. I did my Morning Pages and from them, realized what I needed was a big dose of studio time and in particular, to work on several, mostly small, unfinished projects. I got what I needed to get done at my computer, then dashed over to the studio, arriving by 11:00 a.m. I didn't get home until almost 5:30 p.m.It was just what I needed. I won't go into too much detail right now about what I worked on, but in a nutshell, I touched the following projects: My Visual Journal, a "page" for a baby book at ArtFest, a Steampunk card for a deck project, a little heart art I've been doing just for fun, my "name tag" for the Portland Art Collective monthly meetings, and the current piece that I'm working on in collaboration with Destree. Here's the studio as I put things out I planned to work on.

By the end of the day, I had actually made quite a bit of progress!

But then, there's always more to do!


steph b said...

Your heart pieces keep getting better, that name tag is SO fun,I love how the one block is off kilter! I need to think about my name tag, yikes, no pressure!

Destree said...

Whoa mama! Way to get 'er done!!

Tory Brokenshire said...

The world would be a happier place if everyone took your example, go play for a day with ALL of your art styff. I love all the dimension you put into of your work.