Tuesday, February 02, 2010

cold and studio problems


We've had such a cold and snowy winter this year. The sea has frozen out to the islands and the last time that happened was in the mid 80's! I walked across the bridge to the studio yesterday as I thought it might be too slippery to bike. I took some photos - to me it looked like Northern Norway.


Walking is good for thinking. I've had this problem in my studio: my painting have gotten too big to keep in any drawers or folder (I built myself an extra big one two years ago). And as I also paint acrylics on the papers rolling them isn't an option (the paint can crack). How do you think I solved it? (no, you won't get it right!)

unhappy hipsters - thanks for the tip, Nathalie! Just my sense of humour.

7 comments:

Veja cecilia said...

du kanske använde en ritningshurts?:P

nathalie et cetera said...

ça ressemble à ici aussi.
alors comment as-tu résolu ton problème? tu as fait un immense portfolio?

aimee said...

you've started storing the paintings on gallery walls, where they belong!

gracia said...

Walking is a great cure-all, great to set the mind loose, great for new ideas, great for unwinding.

andrea tachezy said...

Hmmm,what about to build some bunk in the studio?

Esti said...

you have me intrigued now...

It's good to see snow... from this distance. It looks beautiful, always. I tend to forget the coldness attached to the picture.

(i've been commenting on unhappy hipsters great part of last weekend; we had more than a laugh)

●• Thereza said...

ohh my... what is it that one workspace is never big enough to accommodate our adventures? hmmmm

thanks for the comments and the sweet note on the Aqua V interview. ace girl!