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Savannah Georgia
I am a mixed media artist with many interests.
Interests: Art, antiques, gardening, reading, movies, photography, resin ball jointed dolls, Victoriana, Paris, Steampunk, ghosts, Halloween, vampires, castles, witches, collage, ephemera, flea markets, architectural salvage, gothic style, home decor, anything rusty, chippy, peely, English history, The Belle Epoch, Edwardian style, vintage clothing, found objects, painted furniture, French Country, good food
Recent Activity
Eyebrows on a dog...well, why not? Maybe eyelashes next?? HA! I can swear to the fact that Savannah is not the best place to be in the summer. Heat and humidity all the time. I love it here, though. ;)
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2012 on Random Morning Ramblings. at A Fanciful Twist
Hello to all! I'm here and everything seems to be in good working order. Looking forward to the class! Randi
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What am I up to today? Cleaning up the studio and dodging the large, heavy shelf that fell off of the wall! Fortunately, it missed me but my clay creation Delmar got his foot broken. :(
Wonderful post! I've been going through a "studio crisis" lately, too. I have a lovely carriage house with a great space for my studio, however we often have friends and relatives come to visit and guess where they stay? The carriage house. If I've been going great guns working on something, I have to stop, clean up, put things away...and by the time company leaves, I've lost my mojo, or forgotten what I was trying to do, or just lost interest. I recently decided to move my studio to the third floor of our house. No one ever goes up there except me, anyway. It isn't a perfect solution, because I won't be able to move all of my supplies or handy tables, but at least I'll still be able to work while our guests are in the carriage house. "Adapt And Overcome" is my motto for this year!
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2012 on Your Personal Studio Space at Diana Trout's blog
Yum! Everything looks delicious! Fried lemons? Never heard of that, but it sounds interesting. Steve looks happy...I would say he likes his new fryer that Santa brought him.
Oh, that shop sounds delightful! Your Coach bag and the coat and rhinestone pins are ooh la la! DOn't you love it when you find vintage stuff that you adore?
Clever girl! I enjoyed reading this post!
Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2011 on Franciscan Trio at On the Veranda...Bayside
Aw, I feel your pain about the snow. I'm so glad to be living where there isn't any. Snow makes everything so difficult. Especially walking. When I still worked and had to cross the big parking lot to get to the building, my friend Viv and I did what we called "The Old Lady Shuffle" on the ice. We occasionally fell down anyway. It sounds like you're handling it the best way possible...brie and smoked oysters and wine!
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2010 on Apres Snow at On the Veranda...Bayside
How much snow did you get? It actually sprinkled some snow here yesterday, but it didn't stick. It's cold today, will be in the 60's by Thursday and 72 by New Years day. Weird weather. We are still painting. It's kicking my butt. I'm exhausted.
Toggle Commented Dec 27, 2010 on Snow Day! at On the Veranda...Bayside
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Dec 26, 2010
I don't think I ever saw that "before" really did have some fixin' to do! Yes, your aunt and uncle have picked the paint colors. Wisteria blue for the living room and frost for the breakfast room. We got the paint last night and will be starting on the painting very soon. I hope I'm up to the task!
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2010 on On the Cusp at On the Veranda...Bayside
Welcome to the world of blogging! I love it! Looking forward to much more...
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2010 on The Veranda Perspective at On the Veranda...Bayside