I guess every artist needs a place to retreat to work in. I am amazed by some artist's jaw dropping studios.
I have been recently hospitalized for post cancer reconstructive surgery. No big deal. It was a good time to hang out with other sick people and to exchange funny life stories. Little did I anticipate what was happening behind the scenes.
L. (otherwise known as Mamma Bear), cleaned out our garden shed and had a friend lay down a nice laminate floor. He installed a 3rd window and put in pot lights and turned it into a little personal 'gallery-workshop' on the lake.
When I got home, Mamma Bear, completed the transition by helping me move my art gear out into my own private workshop.
Now. How lucky can a man be?
Thursday, July 23, 2009
The Art Shack
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