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Finished my Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook just before the election. I’ve been slow to post. Sorry there were pages I had to leave out; family members still alive. Who knows if they dip into my blog? I am doing so much … Continue reading
So our last try at moving the carousel into our studio was thwarted: Our main moving guy, one we trust, fractured his ankle. We have deadlines, so are scheduled for the move again tomorrow! Mitchell moved a few items two … Continue reading
In the studio near the end of the day, especially in winter, the window facing the river becomes an attraction for the cats. Yaman and Savitri are teaching Hari-Gibbs-Tiger-Terror-TANK (yes his name is getting longer by the day) the ropes. … Continue reading
Sometimes in the midst of extreme sorrow and worry, there are those moments that open your heart: glimpses of M’s twinkling eyes or a carefree cat streaking through the studio or Savitri’s feet. Her feet slay me. I didn’t do … Continue reading
An exciting project, the restoration of the Jantzen Beach Carousel, is moving into our studio *that’s MPF Conservation, our business studio.* After weeks of posting daily, I am taking a break… We had the move planned and then our main … Continue reading
I’m finishing a sketchbook from the Sketchpack Project this year… As it was all about pen and inks, seems a good fit to finish Inktober! Three pens and ink and we are finished… posted all today! For my birthday Mitchell … Continue reading