My studio is moving (again)...it happens when children grow and need more space, but I'm okay with that as I tend to like working upstairs for the light and the proximity to my kitchen (then I can continue to create while I cook). So, while the adjustments are being made in our home, I've moved my studio into the dining room to continue working. A lot of changes in my life lately which have been challenging but interesting. Life is nothing if not interesting.
And at the same time I feel absolutely blessed to learn that so many of my paintings have found new homes in the last month and I have to say thank you to the galleries and patrons who connect with and support this creative life. I love to share what I do and as a young girl I could never have imagined how fulfilling this life could be, not only do I get to paint and honour the culture that shaped this country but so many other people connect with this work, too. And as a bonus I get to meet so many wonderful people. Plus even those that don't own my work have been so encouraging and kind...I really am a lucky gal.
Honouring the Ancestors
Great Places Plan