We moved into the new house almost 9 months ago. I just now getting to the new studio to get some serious work done. Settling into the new neighborhood and the new house, with new routines, has taken a while. Now it’s time to get to work!
I spent some time in the studio getting organized to sell my work at InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor a couple of weeks ago. Sales were nothing to write home about; networking was great. And I started the new habit of spending time in the studio.
Next up: submitting work for the 115th Faculty Exhibition at Fleisher Art Memorial. The show opens July 12. Details to follow. More importantly I need to put the finishing touches on my submission. While the past year has been great for adventures in real estate and positive life changes, it has taken a toll on my art practice, as in full stop. That’s not wholly true – I took two classes last summer, Monoprints (with Kathryn McFadden) and Moku Hanga Japanese Woodcut Prints (with Katie Baldwin). I pulled out the prints, as you can see in the photo. I’m working on collaging the woodcuts onto the monoprints. Let’s see what happens!