Wednesday, March 10, 2010

"Don't Jump!" - SOLD

Today I did the last bit of painting in my old "studio." Tomorrow I start moving in to my new one. This is going to be a gradual move-in. We are building/installing shelves, and have just one set at this point. That means I can move most of my still life stuff now, but not much else. I'll move my easel tomorrow and my palette etc. My husband just asked me if I'm excited. And I am, don't get me wrong, but I have a feeling the moment of complete joy will be when I am in there, painting, and I step back and realize I have a studio. I'll post photos soon.


Cynthia said...

I am in "apple heaven" here with the last few days of your apple postings. Just stunning!
...Once you are in your studio creating your masterpieces,,,well, you will just be so inspired...look out, there is nothing like having your very own space to call your own....and to think that you and your husband did all this yourselves, together, .... that makes it all the more special.
Good luck on the move-in!

DSM said...

Congratulations to you BOTH.... fun to see the place and to see you working well together. 'Sure handy to have contractor at home!

Oh, yeah...the painting's nice, too.

Barbara Andolsek Paintings said...

So happy for you Carol.

Barbara Pask said...

I am very excited for you Carol. I have my bedroom studio but would love to have one like yours. Can't wait to see photos.

Dan Robinson said...

Carol, These last several apple paintings are all very strong, good design.

Linda said...

LOVE this painting - colors, composition, the folds in the fabric!

Good luck with the studio move. More masterpieces to come!!

Anonymous said...

Again I love your loosenss and style. The form you get is amazing. Carol can I ask you a big favour? I am doing my master degree in teaching and one of my main dissertations is e learning and i have chosen blogging . One of my sites: My pupils make sites too and whilst I ahve subscribed to your site for updates and thankfully get them, I am struggling to set it up for me and my pupils. I will try again today. I have signed into feedburner and put in my website above etc, but I have beeen reading around for couple hours and cant get the part of how you put it into your blog ? Have you a quick answer for me ? i will eventually be using this method of receving alerts on my own art blog which I will finally get around to making when I get this bug assignment out of the way. i would be indebted to you if you could clear this up for me.

Your art is special - so is your studio !!!! Well done to you and your husband.

Michael Murphy

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Did you just marry him because he's brilliant or just beacuse he's great looking? No matter, I think you're a perfect match.
delicate and decisive brushwork and beautiful color harmony.

Karen Werner said...

Carol, I'm so excited about your studio! Please post lots of pictures. I am checking your blog every day for news of your move in! I learned so much from you in San Luis Obispo. I can't thank you enough.