You had asked yesterday if you should leave a table in your studio with process work and my answer is a definite YES! In fact, I enjoy seeing this more than the final work because this is where the real joy lives. It demonstrates how we play, experiment, think, ask questions, understand, edit and revise (and then edit and revise again- we are such perfectionists!). Above is a picture of several of my pieces in my exhibition as I was laying them out and arranging into a composition. This took many weeks to decide. I ended up sewing many of these elements together. For folks in Charleston, you can come see these with me at my artist reception TONIGHT. Details are listed below.
Laura, post more pictures of your open studio event throughout the weekend please, even if it is a quick picture on our facebook page or your facebook page. Best wishes for your success at your Open Studio! Cheers!
475-A East Bay Street
~~~~First 25 people take home a handcrafted gift from me~~~~