Sometimes it’s necessary to work ON and AROUND the studio instead of IN the studio. Here are two recent projects:
A few days ago, during a hard rain storm, this wonderful, shady, wonky, cat climbing tree just fell to the side of the studio. Whew lucky. Not a scratch.
My husband Ned has been working on deconstructing the tree (project 1).
You may notice the greenish door which I had just re-painted (project 2). I just had to have that color! and the ratty red door needed refreshing anyway.
I couldn’t find a proper before picture, but here is a nocturnal pic from the winter of 2012. If you look closely you can see the red door and the chunks of snow in the tree.
And here is an aerial view with Mulberry tree highlighted.
Kitten Caboodle (Boodle) loved that tree. And I would not be surprised if she climbed as high as the arrow. Read about her love of paper (and thus banishment from the studio). Read about the beginnings of the studio.
4 thoughts on “Working on the Studio”
Lisa, thanks for your in depth tale of Caboodle! She is quite cute, even though she is devious. Your paintings are, as usual, unique and beautiful. Thanks for sharing, as I was unable to make it to Rose.
Hi Cathie, Thanks for stopping by virtually even though Covid-19 prevented an in person tour. I appreciate your attention.
Lisa, Wow, who knew art making could be such a dangerous profession! Glad you and the studio didn’t get crushes. Condolences to Boodle on the demise of his climbing gym.
Boodle appreciates that. One the positive side – the view has opened up.