Musings of a struggling artist
Last Saturday I finished moving into my new house. One of the bedrooms I had converted into a studio and will soon be painting again. Its been a long five months without a studio and I am looking forward to getting back at it. The creative void in my life has been hard to fill although I have managed to fill it with digital art and teaching. I also have lots of wall space to hang all those wonderful paintings I have done over the years and really make my new house an artistic space. When it is all done it will finally be MY space and reflect my personality. All I need now is to pick up my easel and paintings from the ex boyfriend.
I also have met a wonderful man that is creative in his own right. He is an architect and woodworker and replicates furniture from history. He has been an immense help in this house project and it is wonderful to find another creative soul. Since I own like two screwdrivers it is so great to have a man that is handy with tools around. We have been dating about three months now, so its still in it's new period so we will see what happens. *fingers crossed*
Life is going well and I am thankful for all the wonderful, creative people in my life. Thank you so much for your support and encouragement over the years. It really means so much!
Here's to the next chapter in my life * toast*