my apologies for failing on posting the last Drawing-a-Day pieces (thanks for your comment, Jennifer!), but the last weeks has been really crazy hectic. reason: i am moving to another city, and i have nothing less than FOUR client’s projects in progress. the move, although planned for a while, happened a little fast and i could not predict that all the process would be so time consuming. for a person without a car, a 5 year old, and no baby sitter, things tend to be a little more complicated than usual. on the top of all that, a strong cold stole my energy for three days. i lost track of my stuff, the commissions ended up overlapping because they were scheduled to start on certain days of the month, and i am now trying to juggle all the projects at once. i said once that i have the best clients in the world, and i must repeat: I HAVE THE BEST CLIENTS IN THE WORLD. they have been fortunately amazingly patient and understanding. the Drawing-a-Day pieces will come, although in a sort of schizophrenic way, at least for the next couple weeks — i have a lot of packing/unpacking to do!
the new home is a loft in an artist’s building in the lovely city of Everett, about 25 miles North of Seattle. dozens of artists live and work in this building, many of them with their families. there are art walks every month, a gallery in the lobby, and an art center in the first and second floor of the building. i am so blessed for being now a part of this wonderful community.
Isobel all excited spinning and rolling around the floors.
My marriage with the arts, a commitment since childhood, has finally gone official.