With my new studio finally set up , I haven’t any more excuses to not get back to work. I have filled my days with organizing and seeking order out of what was mad chaos . I think I have pushed the chaos back and now must face the most frightful demons , my fears that I won’t get back in the groove.
Taking a deep breath and beginning one brush stroke at a time … Tomorrow .
Until then , a few snaps of my new digs. My studio is in Highland Park, about 15 minutes from our Little Hermitage. Aside from the convenience I have the good fortune of being studio neighbors with the incredible Judithe Hernandez. I’m thrilled.
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What a great looking space to work in, best wishes Leonard!
Thank you friend !
Do the dogs come to the studio with you?
Not yet, technically they are not allowed which is a problem. I’m hoping that as I settle in I might be able to bring them. The lease does not allow animals but I’m hoping they are not strict about it. Right now I go back and forth but I miss them terribly .
Good luck! Great studio. I have no doubt you’ll be back in the groove in no time. Happy painting!