Updated: Apr 14, 2020
I'm sure many of you are struggling with the pleas and requests to stay at home and to avoid going out and interacting with groups of people.
However, for those introverts (aka artists), like myself, you no doubt thrive on some alone time in the studio. This is something I've been looking forward to all year since I was away from it this past winter.
My fiance and I moved back to the lake in Northeast Washington where we are building a home. This meant back to finishing up my new studio earlier than planned. No complaints here. We arrived a couple of weeks ago to find it's still winter though. The lake was frozen and snow covered the ground. At that time, my studio was just a shell without heat. Brrrr! Since then, we have replaced the front window with a larger one, and had the electricity (with a heater!) installed. The ceiling and walls are going up and I hope to be painting in it by the end of next week. Also, since that time, the lake has thawed and the snow has melted. I'm not only excited to get back into my studio, but out into the mountains and fields to do some plein air painting.