I finally took the time to really put some attention to my studio this past weekend. I should have done it long ago, but my goal is to move forward and grow, so I won't dwell on the "should have's."
I love to have a beautiful, organized environment - but an organic, eclectic environment, as well. By organic, I mean one that has room to grow, move, change, and blossom. I embrace change, it keeps me interested and engaged.
I step into my studio and I feel ready to create. I see all my pretties and I feel inspired. I close the door and I am in my own little world ... free to putter, ponder, paste, sew and dream. There's even floor space for me to practice yoga, too!
It was also the right time to hang up my grandmother's painting. Once it was up I felt warm and happy and knew it was just what my studio and I needed. I could just envision my grandmother's face lighting up with a radiant smile. She was a wonderful woman and I really miss her and my grandfather. Grandma's nickname for me was Tawny, so my studio is now formally called, "Tawny B Studios."