6.03.2007

Thank you

I owe a big thanks to those that came through the studio today. I was amazed at how strangers were generous with their support and feedback.
I think that Nate and I had a different set-up than the other artists. We have A LOT of tools and not much space to display work, so we widdled down what we showed to our most recent (past two months) work. Since it was a studio tour, we wanted to show what a metalsmith's and woodworker's (along with all the other mediums we work with) workspace is like, not focusing solely on the pieces that are the end result. Some people were still a little intimidated by the equipment... the first thing guests saw walking in the door was a big ol' drill press.

Here's the studio, ready to be seen....


....and the wretched before picture that I posted a couple weeks ago



Nate's layer light......



My little display wall.....

3 comments:

megan said...

Great work! I just wanted to let you know that I posted about it on my blog - Jewelry. Metals. Objects. (webforjewelrs.blogspot.com)

megan

Amy said...

Arghh I can't believe I missed this. I was still in Savannah by that date. Lisa Bradley always has yummy cookies in her house ^_^

The studio looks really nice!

diorgrace said...

i love the messy one-because that's the reality isn't it? everything in my studio store is always a mess-until i finally clean it-and then it is soo nice, and then guess what? in a moment-once i start another bouquet or another project-it's a disaster area-so it makes me feel good to know i don't have the only mess-:)