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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

A View From My Studio Table

Last night, I came home spent.  The day was long and rough.  All I wanted to do was get my hands dirty.  No rhyme or reason, no production or purpose, just dirty, and that is exactly what I did.
I pulled out some book pages and just started in with my fingers.
And kept going until, well, I lost track of time.
I came up this morning and the view of my table made me happy...oh, I didn't clean and put everything away.
I am just honestly so thankful that I have this outlet.
Even if most days I feel as though I am lacking in my skills.
I could not ask for a better getaway!
I hope that you all enjoy your day.  I already have myself a hot date scheduled for after work...right back here in my studio.
Until next time,
Ophelia

9 comments:

Bren Graham Thebeau said...

So true, it's the best kind of stress reliever and I'm thankful that spattering paint is all it takes to make us happy :-) Loved seeing all your pages and prints

Cathie said...

So good to see you at Art of the Carolinas.
And.... so good to see you having fun at home.
Your life is so hectic - I don't know how you do it!!

Kristin said...

Oh I LOVE it! And all that color makes me swoon too. Glad you are taking the time to listen to your needs - something I need to learn from you ;0 xoxo

Terri Corona said...

Good for you! Love seeing all your colorful therapy!

Linda Teddlie Minton said...

Your art posts always make me happy!
It's good for you to do, and good for me to enjoy!

Jackie said...

And such great results - fabulous!

Amy said...

I know that feeling. I am so grateful when I can actually get in and get dirty without life sending me on a detour. XO

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

Wonderful,Ophelia! I am happy that you find release time in your journals, after a hard day at work. I have parent teacher conferences Tuesday evening after teaching all day, and then again Wednesday a.m. Looking forward to Thanksgiving! Are you off?

Nancy B said...

I agree, nothing makes me happier that to get my hands in the paint! Great pages.

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