Honey I’ve Shrunk The Studio

My wife and I live in a reasonably large (but run down) rented three bedroom detached property with a relatively big garden.  We took it in 1987 as I needed plenty of space for my studio and books.  Since then I have tried all of the bedrooms for my studio but for the last three years I have had a very large east facing room with space for a large collection of books plus three easels and two desks.  However as my wife never really liked our bedroom I have moved the whole first floor around and I have ended up in a minute box room not big enough to swing a cat – not that I would ever want to I hasten to add!  I do have a separate study actually so I am not whinging!

This is a rather boring post really but it is just a record of the move,

My new studio

My new studio from outside the room

My new studio from inside the room

My new studio from inside the room

My old studio with Bugsy, my best friend who passed away sudenly in 2011 - I keep meaning to do a sponsored walk in his name; this year I am determined to do so!

My old studio with Bugsy: my best friend who passed away suddenly in 2011 – I keep meaning to do a sponsored walk in his name; this year I am determined to do so!

 

 

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About Gerald Shepherd

Gerald Shepherd is a painter, graphic artist, sculptor, digital/multimedia artist, photographer, writer, curator and arts administrator. He has also been involved with science art, performance art, conceptual art, installations and environments (as well as peripheral creative pursuits such as garden design).
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2 Responses to Honey I’ve Shrunk The Studio

  1. yourothermotherhere says:

    Just think, someday a tour guide might be saying in a hushed voice, “This is where he created his masterpieces.”

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