I had great help with the transport of the paintings and just today the stacks have been stabilized and the paintings are being moved off the floor.
The new studio is half the size of the last one, so creative placement is necessary. I don't need all the tables any more since I no longer have workshops with 5 or 6 people. I am concentrating on teaching advanced encaustic techniques to serious artists who want to do more than just watch the wax melt and marbleize. There is lots of light and ventilation in the studio.
We have been unpacking and trying to find things for 5 days. With wonderful helpers everything should be in place, more or less in another week. I have been moving things around to achieve the right energy flow.
So far, this is where we are.
|view from the front door|
|There will be plenty of gardening ahead for me. This is a great place for art.|
|One side of the living room. I look forward to hanging art soon so it feels like home|
|The paintings that are going in the stacks in what will be the viewing room|