After much debate, I have moved all the art materials back into the studio, that had infiltrated the house. It was great having smaller pieces to work on while my broken ribs were mending, but I was finding myself becoming more and more frustrated with not being able to have the materials I needed within reach. And while the studio is a brisk walk from the house, I was finding it was taking me out of creative mode to have to go back and forth.
So, I spent this week moving everything back, and reorganizing the house and office as best I could. It's nice having my office back to it's old self too, I have to admit. In fact I like it so much I finally broke down and bought the newest Blackberry so I could sync my calender and contacts to my phone. I am taking Alyson B. Stanfield's Class on Cultivating Connections starting next week, and I feel so ahead of the game this time regarding being prepared for her teachings. I was however, rather stunned to find out how far behind the technology curve I had become. That must come from hibernating in the studio...or in this case, great room. This new phone makes about four other items I own obsolete. That amazes me. Now if I could paint with it...
I am eager to get started on my new show pieces. I have been waiting so long to really get back into the swing of painting, pending the medical approval. And I am very excited to be announcing my New E-mail Newsletter, and a very special monthly event that will be associated with it. More on that tomorrow.
It's Good to be Back in the Studio!