A Day’s Work
A Day’s Work is my answer to the question,”what do you do all day in your studio?” Instead of trying to explain in one sentence, I am asking you to spend days, months, even years(!) following along as I reveal my little studio practice.
I’m a painter. An artist. I paint on canvas, not on walls. So if you came here expecting a primer on DIY wall prep or how to turn a coaster into a coffee table, you’ve come to the wrong place. There are a few of my favorite Home blogs in my blogroll below.
If you came here to take a peak into what an artist does in their studio, then you are in the right place. Welcome, I’m glad you’re here and please feel free to look around.
I do a little bit of demonstrating, a little bit of educating, and a whole lot of soul searching and wondering about what I’m doing. I share that last part with most artists I know. Even Willem DeKooning would work on a yellow patch in the upper right hand corner of a painting for days, even though the rest of us could never tell the difference between “his” view of his perfection and ours. And this was after he had made enough money in the art market to build himself a fancy studio with a painting elevator built into the floor that allowed him to paint even the very top of his super-large canvases without ever climbing on a ladder.
I’m not there yet.
But I do obsess over some things. And I hope you can learn from my obsessions, or at least be mildly amused by them. Please feel free to comment and/or ask questions. This is for you as well as for me.
If you want to know more about me please see my “About Gini” page, by clicking here.