3.11.2014

A Revisit

The days just don't seem long enough lately...even with daylight savings time...never enough time...

Though the workshop studio is an exciting project for me, it feels as if it has taken over my life...one thing I have learned from this project...I never want to build a house from scratch!  I am much better starting with something and determining the changes I want to make...beginning with a blank slate and having to decide every detail is a tad overwhelming...and this studio is only 300 sq. ft...

But it is energizing...and I hope you've had a chance to check out the calendar of art parties I will be hosting...get all the details HERE...and remember, seats are limited so early registration is best...

So while I'm trying to locate additional chairs and design spot lighting for the studio, I hardly have time to expand my horizons and think about what my next blog post will be...and even less time (and desolate gray days) to photograph anything of interest...

I thought I would revisit the photographs I took two years ago when I first started my foray into Photoshop and the world of digital photography art...thinking that I could improve upon my original images now that I'm a little more advanced in my technique...I've been enticed to play with the new vintage textures and overlays I just purchased from both Design Cuts and French Kiss Textures...using my new toys, I played with one of my old images...and captured the longing for spring so many of us are waiting for...with this brutal, harsh winter, the promise of warmer temperatures can not come fast enough...







































A touch of yellow on this winter's day...and a single word reminder of the promise that lies ahead...

6 comments:

  1. I am so envious of your new space. Can't wait to see it and bring a bottle of Prosecco. :-)

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    1. anytime you want to stop in and see it, you are welcome john!

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  2. Congrats on the new space. John has the right idea. A bottle of Prosecco will take care of it all!

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  3. Patience is a very good word for this time of year! Looking forward to seeing more of your studio!

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  4. Thank you for the daffodil. We keep having warm interludes and then, are blasted with yet another cold snap. BUT, the crocuses are up and the daffodils are pushing through. Every cold day we have, I'm certain will be the last! Hope springs eternal.

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worth a look...

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