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Re-creating your Studio Space

The great thing about moving is that you get an opportunity to recreate your studio space. Yes it took months to move and re-organize but what an opportunity to be creative and really plan where you will put your material and really think about how you actually work. For instance, I used to work with […]

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How long did it take you to paint that?

Toni Onley. Passage Point: Coast Suite     “How long did it take you to paint that?” Of all the questions that the public asks of artists this particular question can send an artist into a variety of responses, some of which are not always favorable to the person asking. The situation is this: is […]

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Honor The Struggle

Honor The Struggle states Brendon Burchard, a world-class motivational speaker. The world is full of struggles. Some struggles are momentous. Most times struggles involve the slow gnawing of time wearing us down and this slow erosion is what we, as humans, must fight against. In literature, think of Ernest Hemingway’s The Old man and the Sea. […]

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Things To Consider In A New Art Studio

Moving into a new art studio? Decisions, decisions, decisions! Getting a building ready for a new art gallery is a cornucopia of choices and decisions. Here are some of the ones I’ve had to make so far: Is the roof in good shape? Are there rooms that need to be opened up and walls brought […]

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My Torrid Love Affair Revisited

It started off gently enough. I loved to caress and peruse the surface. Even the musky smell was attractive to me but somewhere along the way it became an addiction. North Light Book club started me on the path to art book mania many years ago and I just kept going. I now have an […]

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