My family and thus my studio are in transition – as we relocate from one area of Washington to another – my new home and fabulous studio are a month away – and in the meantime I am making magic happen in the small space I have devised in my temporary apartment – where there’s a will, there is a way.
My current painting area has required some stretching from me – and we all know stretching is good – stretching the possibilities, stretching the mind – stretching the tolerance and patience. I’ve accepted (and enjoyed) the current limitations and have used them to increase my resistence to drought – there is no way that I’m letting spacial restrictions dry up my urge or ability to paint. My soul relies on painting and my paintings itch to get out into the world.
As a matter of fact, I haven’t felt this open and free in three years – and I’m looking forward to seeing the work that emerges over the next few months.
Wishing you freedom and optimism – Love & Sincerely, Katie
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