studio shots–through the “portholes”

When I look at my work in between studio sessions, one of my favorite ways is the morning porthole peek. When the new studio was built, connecting right up to our living space, my brilliant husband said he wanted windows to look into the studio while I was working. These have turned out to be the best thing for looking at my work from far away. First thing in the morning, I shuffle into the kitchen and wander over to say hello to all the activity in the studio. Oh yeah, that’s what I’m working on…..

the longer range look at my work from my window vantage point

the longer range look at my work from my window vantage point

turned the lights on--wow!

turned the lights on–wow!

with the side lights on, a bit glarey

with the side lights on, a bit glarey

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4 Responses to studio shots–through the “portholes”

  1. meredith@whynot says:

    what a great view!

  2. Kim says:

    Wow. I might never come out! What a great way to spend you days doing what you love!

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