Sunday, January 15, 2017
Last January I was contemplating a big move! By February, I gave notice at Gallery 80808/Vista Studios that it would happen; I would move my studio back into my house. I was worried. After all, most everything I'd ever made was inside those four, rental walls. I was worried that the distractions of home would effect my energy, momentum, and especially my productivity. Happily, that hasn't been the case. I'm more productive than ever ... stealing a few minutes here, a half hour there, and making the most of the fact that my studio is only a few steps away. It's a good thing ... especially since I have a solo show coming up at the Grovewood Gallery where I'll be demonstrating my processes February 17 and 18 from 11am – 4pm. Plus, I'll be in my 10' x 10' ProPanel booth selling work at the ACC (American Craft Council) Baltimore and Atlanta Shows, February 24 - 26 and March 17 - 19 respectively.) I need A LOT OF WORK and I'm happily making it! This blog post shows what I've done this past week ... and mounted and framed over the weekend!
(Above: Lunette XXV. Framed: 22" x 28"; unframed: 15 1/2" x 21". Inventory # 3941. $495.)
I'll be making more work ... and posting the results. For now, just scroll down! Thanks!
Posted by Susan Lenz at 11:48 AM