Saturday, June 28, 2008


I won’t swear to it, but I think I saw a muse peeking in a studio window a few days ago. It is getting to be about the time when they reappear so I’m doing what I can to be ready.

I have been using this time to make some changes in the studio, creating some much needed space by removing one of my two large drafting tables. This will create more open space and room for the two easels I work on, which I’m always dragging across the floor to make room for one thing or another. The space will prove to be important for both ergonomic and psychological reasons.

My new watercolor work station is set up and ready to rock and roll. For the past 2 days I’ve been looking through old photos and slides and making some thumb nail sketches of possible compositions. I can feel the some stirring in the “lets make art” part of my brain.


work in progress

New work area

New water color work station...formerly Harvey's work area. Now that he has arrived in San Diego I can begin to use it.


Peanut said...

i wish I would have "met" you & Patience when we were still living in Kentucky. I would have driven down to your studio.

madre-terra said...

You have been busy!
I think the 'let's organize' muse has definitely been whispering in your ear.

Aynex Mercado said...

Oh wow! You have space! Lets see how long that lasts...

William F. Renzulli said...

Aynex, One thousand miles away and you're still picking on me!!