• Moving On

    Two years ago I moved into my new studio in Oxford, PA. I enjoyed my time there immensely, and loved the social aspect of being on the main drag. However, solitude is also necessary for the creative process, and low overhead doesn't hurt either! So, in July I bought a house just a couple blocks away, and I've moved my studio to my home. 

    It is a basement studio, so no northern light and panoramic views. But I'm flooding it with as much color correct light as possible.

    There's tons of room for storage and supplies, and a separate entrance for studio visitors. So I'm pretty happy about all of this! I am looking forward to getting back to my painting, as it's been disrupted by the move and my work as a coach with Art2Life. But I have some ideas floating around in my head and I'll share them as they begin to take form.