On a different and much, much happier note, I am very much well rested after last weekend, thanks to the husband. We went for a short trip with the inlaws to Port Dickson and I am pretty much relaxed after the short roadtrip. But despite all that, I still find my body refuses to deal with the reality of the dreaded Monday this morning. So I slept through the entire journey to the office in the passenger’s seat while the husband braving through the massive peak hour traffics alone. Such a sweet wife I am. Isn’t he so lucky? Why wouldn’t he be? He gets to be with me and have his personal space at the same time. What more could he ask for? Right. *smiles happily*
Bet you’ve been wondering where I was heading with this story, haven’t you? Ohkayyy.. because of all these, I haven’t been painting or drawing or well…. basically feeding my so-called-passion with colors, which resulted to zero update for this blog last week. Or to cut things short, I don’t have anything worth posting. Yeah, it would made it much simpler if I just mention it from the beginning. Then I’ll be a crappy storyteller if I did.
OK, I’m rambling. Originally I wanted to talk about studio spaces that I didn’t own but aching to have. Let us go back to that, shall we?
I would love to have a huge working space to work on my paintings but my current living arrangement wont give me the luxury to do so. *Sad face* Not that I see this as a main factor for me to not be able to explore different technics and a chance of using bigger canvas and mediums (I have many limitations. My number one is time), but a girl can dream and I have been dreaming to have one like these (*Ahem* pictures below).
Oh wait. It IS a factor of why I’ve been putting a lot of my ideas on hold. I just don’t have the space.
So we know that the key to a good studio is those with abundance of natural lighting and white/natural-colored walls. So far I am drawn looking and finding myself falling in love with Black&White studio set up with a few key pieces in natural earthy tones (*Ahem* first and last pictures). But I’ll settle with just a small room and a drawing table for now (Third picture from top… or bellow – whichever way you want to look at it). First, I need to find myself the empty room to spare. Mom? Honey? Do we have an empty room in our house that we can turn into my mini art studio?
What’s your ultimate dream studio?