It's a much larger space in what's nicknamed the "Brazee Barn," a pole barn behind the main building that was converted into a space for four studios. It's a light-filled studio with five windows (including a trio that open), super-high ceilings, and enough room to work on some of the larger pieces I have in mind for "Remnants," my solo show next summer at Colorado's Loveland Museum.
Here's a glimpse of the big move …
|Piling up boxes in anticipation, along with a moving dolly|
lent by my studio neighbor, mosaic artist Joyce Kaufman.
The dolly proved indispensable for moving furniture.
|Chaos after the work tables were moved.|
|Work table top ready to be moved, |
along with everything around it,
so that the huge flat file could be tackled.
|The start of rolling up all the maps, prints, etc.|
from the flat file, which took 2.5 hours to empty.
|Two views of the new studio with just the work tables,|
and smaller shelves. They were moved first, so we could
pile stuff on them as the move progressed.