My Old Studio.

Road Trip Day 22: 13th June 2007

My old studio at Roses house is a four car, double door garage with power and water (well almost - there's a tap right next to the door). It's not the last studio I had before I moved but it is the one that has all the art equipment and paintings that I left behind.

I've created a nice, panoramic photo of the studio, not quite how I left it as everything has been pushed to the edges to make room for at least one car. However if you look closely you can make out my old easel, signage from my old shop as well as various other bits and pieces.


This was the best studio I've ever had to date. It even tops my current studio but only because it has double the space (given that my current studio is a two car garage). The studio I had just prior to moving to South Australia was barely a one car garage with no power but it was cool in its own way too.

Whilst I was in Perth I thought I'd take the opportunity to use this studio, perhaps one last time, to make some art and to film myself doing it. It took a little bit of time to dust a few things off and to find something suitable to paint on but I managed it.

The hardest thing has been finding paints. There's a lot of acrylic paints left over from years ago but they're quite old and there is a distinct lack of yellow acrylic (because I use a lot of yellow in my art). This artwork may not be the best in terms of quality materials but hopefully it'll look good on video. Maybe it'll be good enough for a framed print too.

If all goes well the video will be featured on my site next month. For now enjoy this sneak peak still frame (see photo) of the art in progress.

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