July 8, 2014

Back in the Studio Again...

We moved into our new home 3 weeks ago.  It's been a very busy time - my studio is nearly finished - new tile floor, walls painted, electrical outlets added, new lighting, shelving.  It's time to open the myriad of boxes piled up in the garage and put things away.  The challenge is where to put it all!


"Embrace" texture courtesy of Kim Klassen.

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16 comments:

Fun60 said...

I can see the purchase of many pots and trays needed.

bailey-road.com said...

How exciting! Love the photo of the art supplies.

EarlK said...

What a wonderful collection of art supplies just waiting for you to come use them. Enjoy the new home.

EarlK said...

What a wonderful collection of art supplies just waiting for you to come use them. Enjoy the new home.

ladyfi said...

A new studio is very exciting!

lorik said...

I think you should continue to photograph the boxes as you open them...who knows what art it will inspire:)

Live Well, Laugh Often, Love Much said...

Happy rearranging!

Lisa said...

How exciting! Now I have the urge to revamp my office! All the best in your new case!

Prairie Jill said...

Sounds like things are coming along nicely in your new home. But unpacking is such a chore!! Hope you're having time to play with those art supplies as well as finding homes for them.

Tamar SB said...

Good luck with settling in!

Kia said...

How exciting! Have fun in your new studio. :)

Kim said...

That is a challenge and yet it is so nice to start fresh with organization. Hope it all comes together quickly!

carol l mckenna said...

Great photo and congrats on new home and new studio ~ always a trick where to put everything ~ enjoy ~ ^_^

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Kristy LifenReflection said...

I bet you can hardly hold in it! Here's to a creative weekend!

Katherines Corner said...

Oh my friend I see a lot of great things happening soon, Thank you for joining in the fun at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. xo ♥

Jeanie said...

I can't believe you're only a few weeks in and you're in the studio already. I still have a few boxes from 1995 that aren't unpacked (though I go down there and fish things out now and then.) I should probably just move them -- to the curb!