This Saturday, October 22nd, I'm hosting an open studio. You are welcome to visit Sunday if you cannot make it on Saturday. All day. I wish to let go of old paintings and will offer discounted prices in order to free up needed space.
What is my studio? What makes this room a studio?
I need a room that is not for entertaining. It is for working and for me alone to work. It is a control room. A recent visitor commented on its Tetris feel, in regards I imagine to the maximized use of space. I have shelves that are full of boxes, jars, and books. I know where everything is. The paints are arranged in a way that I can reach for cobalt behind my back while blindfolded.
This need for control has one purpose: to lose control. Personally, I need great stability before I can lose myself in the project before me.