Since I moved my studio upstairs I have been loving it! I know I've worked in this space in the past but it was challenging while I worked on large canvases and large acrylic painting projects. Now that I'm working on small watercolours it suits my needs perfectly. I do love having a typical small table and drafting table so that I can work on multiple items or projects at once and so that I can have the option of sitting or standing when I work. Plus, I love the fact that the table is so old (about 100 years) and fits so well with the old chair I picked up in the alley 15 years ago. There is also an antique china cabinet in the room which works wonderfully to store finished paintings. Currently it is housing the 'Woman's Work' project which will be exhibited at Sparrow Artspace in Calgary in June. And the natural light is phenomenal. My environment is such an important part of my creative process so having a space that is minimal, bright and complete with antiques makes me very happy.