Light at the end of the tunnel
Just two more days with the painters here. It has been very claustrophobic inside the house. The windows have been closed and covered with plastic, the air off, and the temperature rising every afternoon. I’m done, you know?
Today, thankfully, they peeled the plastic off of my sliding door in back, so at least there’s that to open.
I feel motivated to make changes in my home right now, so it has been killing me to have my schedule dictated by someone else. I have stuff to paint and sand, but I can’t open the garage door to do it until these guys are gone. I hear the sewing machine whistling for me too, so I need to get the house in order.
It has been great organizing the kitchen a bit, now that we have the new storage there. I just need to channel that energy into other rooms and keep my momentum up once the painters are gone and another weekend passes by.
Wish me luck!
Today I was surfing the net for inspiration and I came across a fascinating website. It belongs to a Seattle photographer named Bradford Bohonus. You can read about him here.
I am in love with his “high resolution interactive panoramic VR photography.” He peeks into the studios of other artists and he brings us along for the ride.
His photography is amazing and makes it possible for you and me to see how these artists work – the colors, the textures, the views out their windows, what they have on their walls. It’s all so interesting to me.
I am amazed how much these people look like their art and their environments. Maybe it’s just my imagination, but it seems like where there are clean lines in the work, there are clean lines in the studio and clean lines in the artist – neat hair & neat clothes. Where there is chaos in the art, there is chaos in the studio, and a sense of freedom about the person – wild hair & funkier clothes.
See if you think the same thing. And see if you don’t share my awe-struck respect for the photographer too.