I don’t think I’ve shared yet about the studio that my husband and I are creating in our log cabin home. Originally a screened back porch, this 8′ x 32′ space will become a space for our artistic endeavors. Jim wants to continue to work with stained glass and I want some big easel space for oils and whatever else comes my way.
Progress is a bit slower than we had hoped. The space has been vented for heating/cooling, which was a pretty big undertaking. Covid, rain, and company mismeasurements, though, have caused delays in our windows, ordered in January. Having three of the six windows installed means no cooling the space in our Texas almost-summer weather. On a positive note, we’re really happy with the ones we have! I’ve included a photo for reference at the end of this post.
“Seven Years of Wonder” is a daily look back at my creative journaling posts since 2014. I began this journey on Feb. 11, 2021, and hope to continue through Feb. 10, 2022. What am I learning about my art and faith journey thus far? What has remained constant? Where have I been changed? How is this impacting present and future art-making?
A deep bow of gratitude to you for keeping me company on this journey.
Studio in the making: