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New work unfolds in December 2017

As some of you know, I recently moved out of the larger unheated barn studio that I has been using over the summer to early fall months and moved back into my home studio, which is about a 14x15’ foot space crammed with everything under the sun related to my art and art business. Needless to say, I’m feeling a bit cramped, which has also been a confirmation for me of how beneficial having a larger studio is to my painting practice.
Between September and November alone, I delivered and shipped over 50paintings for exhibitions, and of those 50 paintings, 40 of them were entirely new or recently revised and repainted between mid July and the end of October. That’s three months! Now I know what a bigger studio can do for me! I’ve never painted that many paintings in that short of a time period in my life… ever! Even BEFORE having kids!
But as life goes, everything is cyclical. Seasons change and we must adapt and adjust. When the temperatures started dropping more drastically, it meant …

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