Thursday, October 8, 2009

One Year Studio Anniversary Update!

Isnt she cute? Still can't believe I built her with my own bare hands!

Where do I begin with this ridiculously belated blog entry?

I'll start by asking the simple question...Is there anyone out there that was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the elusive criminal we here in New England called "Summer"? I'll be the first to admit, I didn't stand a chance. I tirelessly tried but the season seemed to scurry from me like a timid kitten at every attempt. Summer has been an enigma to me these past few months. Distractions ran rampant and the chase to capture those fleeting instances unfortunately fell short (for me, personally,...but I heard a rumor this was a pretty common feeling amongst most people this year)
Ultimately this struggle is to blame for my mysterious and inexcusable "disappearance" this past season
. The good news is, although I may have been M.I.A online, I certainly haven't been M.I.A in the studio which means I have a lot of blogworthy "making up to do".
With the arrival of fall, I have begun begrudgingly packing up the remnants of this sad, sad Summer and welcoming the new Autumn season with emphatic open arms, an open mind and even more importantly, an open studio!!!

I've received many inquiries about my studio these past few months. So in celebration of its official one year anniversary, I'm happy to share some of the new images of my space with many more to follow. In the next few weeks, I'll be adding lots of exciting news regarding new galleries, new work and my highly anticipated new studio "grand opening"! So...please check back soon!
beeswax, resin and medium...the sights only an encaustic artist would love ;-)

250 degree heated palette and solid pigments. hot stuff!

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