Sunday, February 22, 2009


I love Sundays, the best, most spiritual and quietest day of the week, at least for me.

Had an early start today, went to mass, came back home to a nice breakfast with my son and after that, I managed to accomplish a lot, computerwise. Since I don't know when this computurtle will decide to take a sabbatical again, I try to do as much as I can in one go, whenever possible. I really need to get a new one, but for now I must count my blessings everyday this one decides to work when I turn it on in the morning. So I did a lot of photoshopping, creating and uploading files and a few other things.

Oh, well, lunch is almost ready and I still have lots to do this afternoon. I'm trying to finish my fairy tale piece for the FAE Forum Fairy Tale Community Art Show. Luckly the deadline has been extended so I have a few extra days to complete the painting. My plan is to work on it for a couple of hours, put it aside and finish some ACEOs that are sitting on my desk at all different stages of completion. I'll definitely have some new art to post by tomorrow and if all goes as planned, my fairy tale piece should be done by Tuesday.

Anyways, I'm always curious to know what my artist friend's studios look like and thought I'd share a picture of my own little piece of heaven, where all the magic happens and where I spend some of the most pleasurable hours of my days, surrounded by my art as well as the art of my favorite artists and the soothing music of my most beloved singers and composers. Wanna show me yours???

I'll leave you all with many hugs and wishing you a wonderful Sunday.

Bright Blessings,


Melissa M (Lagaz) said...

Wow, Jade your artspace looks so neat. Mine is usually in various stages of disaster. lol! It's in the corner of our living room and under the stairs so I don't have a lot of room. Lots of paper and pencils and more paper...some fabric...and my cats :)
I actually have to clean it up. If I get it done, I'llpost a pic for you :)

Jade Scarlett said...

I'll be waiting anxiously to see your studio...I'm so curious, aren't I???


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