The palette of this Richter...
With winter approaching (we have had snow here!), I'm already thinking about how much I will miss my herbs...maybe this indoor herb garden would work?
I have already tried this recipe out and it is delicious and easy!
A solution has been found for storing my small paintings on paper! Traditional flat files are so expensive and SO HEAVY; I have been on the hunt for some time looking for a more budget-friendly fix. I can't say how happy I am to have decided on this little shelving unit. The "shelves" pull out for easy access and I organize my paintings in it according to size. Derek can even fit his smallest size drawings on one shelf! (We, or let's be honest, Derek will have to construct our own shelving for the larger works on paper. More on that later!) We purchased it at IKEA, which unsurprisingly is proving to be the perfect place to get affordable storage solutions. Highly recommended at a mere 20 bucks! I don't think I have ever been more excited about a shelving unit in my life...
sigh. glorious! I'm in love.
see how the shelves pull out?!
I'm in the studio again today, starting 3 canvases in a new small size that I want to test out. Hopefully these turn out and I can share them here soon. Also, wanted to say a big "thanks!" to Victoria at her lifestyle blog, vmac+cheese. She featured my work in a really nice post, so make sure you stop by and have a look
Hmm...now I have a craving for some really good macaroni and cheese...
Have a great weekend everyone!
I'm a little embarrassed that everyone now knows how weak I take my coffee.
Have a look at our wall coming down! Finally we have the open space I've always wanted and I couldn't be happier! Our house is currently very dusty from the removal of plaster and the cutting of all the wood. It's a battle to get rid of it all completely - but so worth it!
oh the dust...
two small rooms are now one larger room! yay!
Many thanks to everyone who came out to the reception last night!