I’m working on another project for Visions Art Museum Stir Crazy Member Challenge. I like to make a How-to video to go along with the project, it’ll be out in October and I’ll share it then.
I had a slight mishap in the studio (roller cart tipped over when a caster came unscrewed). My (adult and honest) daughter was trying to move through my studio yesterday and proclaimed “This studio is a disaster!” I can’t argue with her, but I’m working on it… It could have been so much worse.
I also got new eyeglasses which are wrong, and so I’m waiting for new, new glasses. Needless to say, my focus has been all over the place!
I did find this piece of fabric while looking for another piece of fabric. I don’t remember painting it and I don’t remember where the top water and/or sky ended up either, but I liked it enough to hold on to it.
I quilted a roadrunner on it; the original drawing was by my daughter but I altered it slightly, and I’m going to quilt it a bit more.
I have an idea for a unusual finish, hopefully it works out, I’ll share it in a future post.
Beep, beep! Your cart holds a lot of stuff. I shove everything under my work table and then have to unstack plastic tubs to find the supplies I want.
Oh, I have plenty under my work table too, which included large bins. I recently (in this lifelong studio clean-out) pulled it all out, sorted, tossed, recycled, consolidate, and moved a lot of what was in tubs up into cupboards. If I ever get this place cleaned up I’d like to do a blog post or video, I’m very fortunate to have this space to work in.
Between your background and your daughter’s (altered) roadrunner, that’s going to be an amazing finish! Forced studio clean-up? No fun.
Thank you. I’ve been attempting to clean this studio for months, but keep getting sidetracked!