Friday, May 07, 2010

Back in the Saddle

Every box is unpacked, the studio is up and in order and several hours have been spent working on a neglected yard. After a five week break from the easel, I will be back to it on Monday. I wake up every morning amazed that this is my house. It was a long and bumpy road for sure, but here we are finally. We back up to a forest and creek that dumps into the Rappahannock River. There was a ground hog in the yard this morning, robins have built a nest under my deck and I discovered a beautiful eastern box turtle living in the wild rose bush. My kind of place.
Thanks for hanging in there with me....I look forward to catching up with everyone......



The studio:






6 comments:

Ben DeVries said...

A beautiful studio, and beautiful turtle, Tracey! Sounds like you're in a wonderful setting ... Ben

Kathleen Krucoff said...

I am so happy for you Tracey. It is a beautiful studio. I imagine your creative juices are flowing.

The turtle is so beautiful, as I mentioned on FB, I can see this guy in one of your future works.

Happy creating my friend!

Gwen Bell said...

What a great light filled studio! Can't wait to see what gorgeous, creative work you do here. Congrats on your move. I know it's a lot of trouble but when the dust settles it's all good. :)

sam said...

Cool, and nice studio, Im sure you will settle in well)

Maureen said...

The setting of your studio is lovely. Glad you are moved in and unpacked.

Dean Grey said...

Looks and sounds lovely, Tracey!

-Dean