Studio featured in New Blog!

Recently Judy Dou­glas came to visit. She is an Edmonds neigh­bor who has started a blog to explore the spaces in which artists cre­ate, Stu­dio Snap­shops Blog. As she says, “Large or small, orga­nized or messy, I love look­ing at how peo­ple make their work spaces unique to them.”

Now, meet­ing with some­one who plans to expose your pri­vate work­space both to her scrutiny — and through her eyes to the pub­lic — can def­i­nitely give one pause. It is not so much whether House Beau­ti­ful would approve. And it’s not about the work and its artis­tic merit or tech­ni­cal exper­tise. It is much more per­sonal. Hav­ing a place where I go and weave is still akin to being in my own magic king­dom, and what might a vis­i­tor see?

This is the place where, cre­atively, my per­va­sive uncer­tain­ties and my unre­strained plea­sures occur. My “Room of One’s Own”. I encounter enor­mous mon­sters and I learn to tap into great pow­ers. Cre­ativ­ity is much sim­pler and much more dif­fi­cult than I understood.

Thank you, Judy, for vis­it­ing, and for shar­ing some of the magic!

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One Response to Studio featured in New Blog!

  1. Judy says:

    Thank YOU, Mar­jorie, for wel­com­ing me into your stu­dio and tak­ing the time to share not just your stu­dio space, but your art and it’s processes with me. Your work show­cases the love, atten­tion to detail and cre­ativ­ity you put into each one.