We are settled in the new house and the studio space is up and running! It took a little trial and error, but I've got a pretty functional space going now. This new studio is much more limited than my space in the old apartment, but that's to be expected when you're working out of a narrow laundry room...
Despite its limitations, my work area has excellent natural light and I'm able to be productive. I also really enjoy having a view of the backyard and the pups at play. The space is really only a problem if Dylan is home. His office is next door and he's always squeezing through while I'm in the middle of working (plus he's a little chatty).
In addition to my Charleston Hospitality series, I've been working on some other fun projects and commissions. I completed a pet silhouette for a good friend and I've started sketches for pieces in a client's living room makeover. I also took a couple days experimenting with wood panels. I chose to use my oils on birch panels and some sky-scapes were the result.
Both pieces are available for purchase. I'm also accepting commissions for July through the end of the year, contact me with any and all inquiries!