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a full time artist, stepmother, radio personality, and mom to an energetic Chug dog, tries to get through the days without committing a felonious act. My life is a rickety Zen circus.


Friday, February 22, 2013

did i mention - i work 2 blocks-ish away from my new studio?  yes.  true story.  there is a specific bathroom i can go in and look out the huge 4th floor windows and see the top floor of the building where my little slice is.  i got a quick visit in today, when i went to an opening at the gallery.  my favorite people in the world were there, too.  i have to say that i have been feeling the least creative ever.  aside from Rabbit Rabbit, not much has been produced there.  i have ideas and dreams, but get there and just want to put some music on and dream.  this weekend will be my time, though.  husband leaves for the west coast on sunday, and i plan a full day in the studio working on a little niggling idea.  there just isn't a lot of time after work - diva needs me!  but i'm not getting frustrated about it...just letting it flow and seeing where it will take me.  the cool thing is that one of the most special people in my life has a brand new office that practically shares a parking lot with my studio.  all attempts at a full night's sleep have been sabotaged by bulimia cat this past week, so i'm off to Z-Quil land tonight and tomorrow.  i've been a zombie at work, and that's not a great way to impress.
wil let you know the deets on studio time!


Kim Mailhot said...

Enjoy your creative time, Bright One !!!
Hugs !

BJ Lantz said...

I completely understand. Sometimes I wonder where the heck my energy went and if it is ever coming back. A lot of that for me is the cold. I know here in Florida, not was bad as NY, but still, cold is cold if you don't like cold. I have had a studio away from home since last June and there are some weeks I miss a day or two getting there at all and sometimes, all I do while there is boring things like finishing the edges of canvases (I hate doing that) or putting on hanging hardware. But even when I am feeling uninspired, I find that just being there is good for my soul and often it leads me to pull out a blank canvas and slap some paint on it and before I know it I am in the process. Sometimes just taking that first step when you don't feel like you have anywhere to go is the hardest. Take the step, my friend :-)