Aftermath of the Big Downsizing Sale….

I ended up having a 3 day sale. Some people wanted to come on the Friday as they had a full weekend. And Sunday we had freezing rain that left everything with a hard coating of ice. But, lots of people came to the Studio! It was lovely! Many pieces flew off the walls, and my artist friends were happy for good deals on some paint, damar crystals, stretchers, and storage shelves. Today, I should be packing and re-organizing, but there is always the exhaustion that comes after drinking a bit too much wine, eating too many sweets (the mince tarts were irresistible!) and mostly the adrenalin.

I am listening to a new-to-me podcast from the UK called Art Talk and Rosie Wylie is the guest. My friend Jean Francis recommended this to me on the weekend and I love it! The light today is gorgeous as it usually is around 4.30pm in the winter and I am waiting for people to pick up some furniture purchases.

What I am looking forward to this evening is my Yoga Practise with an amazing teacher. And then…. well stay tuned! I will past pics of my new Studio (let me just say it is gorgeous!) and my move.

Thank you to everyone who came out and supported me. It means so much to me.

Ps: the photos are some of the items that sold and my packed boxes.

Published by pw57

Patti is a visual artist. She lives and works in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.

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