My art studio is finally up and running! Admittedly, I don’t remember the location of some medium now and then, but this is my theory: I’m experimenting with new styles and forms of art. So when I need the correct ink, paper, or Gesso, the universe will send it my way. Not very practical, but it works from my point of view, almost like karma with art supplies.
I noticed the studio does not look like some I have seen on Pinterest. No vintage windows incorporated into minimalistic architecture—no ocean view. So I’m content with mine in the basement. My easel is near two windows, and I have surrounded myself with personal objects. My art books, from Jean-Michel Basquiat to Les Nabis, a comfy couch with fuzzy pink pillows, and a stocked fridge, make it my unique get-away. Following are a couple of pictures of the art studio with some older pieces I created (mostly encaustic or a giclee), and a mixed-media work on the easel I call “Paper Butterfly,” so new it is still drying.