So, the shed/studio was locked up for the night, and the cat went missing!!!!!!!!! The result was a lot of very delicate porcelain paper clay pieces drying on the window ledge were moved by said cat to make way for her night time sojourn until a morning rescue was effected. She was completely unmoved by her mayhem and was extremely hungry after her late night shift in the shed.
I intend to organise an “At Home”, or “Open Studio”, for the middle of November, so I have a lot of planning to do.
I find I need to have dead lines, and this will be good motivation for me to clear out the decks, offer some bargains and special deals. Iv’e picked out the weekend commencing Friday 13th Nov and finishing on Sun 15th, obviously lots of stuff to work out yet, I’ll keep y’ll posted.
The simple answer is, I need to sort out my studio, buy more paint and brushes, and try out some new stuff. We are coming up to the cold months, and I usually try to work in my inner studio, very small but can be kept warm, unlike the rest of studio, which gets freezing. I am thinking that I will spend a fair amount of time drawing, and planning new work and strategy for 2016, always good to plan ahead.