Saturday, October 2, 2010

when a drying rack...

takes gargantuan proportions...
 
Drying racks are not among my favorites "things"; I don't consider them as the center of a universe nor an integral part of my art making landscape, unless of course we are talking about THIS drying rack!
These pictures were taken at the end of a 7 hour continuous work day; the prints produced are drying on several trays, my hands are stained with ink, I almost feel drunk from the experience AND the results, the work area is still waiting to be cleaned and I have this urge to record THE moment! My iphone complies, and this end of a day at the studio that just happened to be all mine, all quiet and still filled with the day's art producing energy is recorded for... posterity!

8 comments:

  1. OMG that is a rippa (as we say here at the creek) drying rack!!!!

    and lovely work filling it too - no wonder you were feeling terrific!

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  2. Wow - now THAT's a day's work! What an amazing accomplishment; so much inspiration for weeks to come.

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  3. I'm exhausted just reading about your efforts let alone thinking about spending 7 hours in a printing frenzy! It sure beats my few pegs and a bit of string set up. Lesley x

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  4. Now THAT'S a drying rack. And a marathon day of printing. Looks great!

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  5. Ronnie, I LOVE learning "new" words from you!

    Fiona, "for weeks to come" indeed! I will be in New York for the next few weeks, with no studio time opportunities...

    Lesley, as usual you assessed the frenzy (or its results...) correctly! On my return home that day I collapsed! Went to bed at 7:30 PM hurting all over...

    Carol, Yesss! Mythical proportions drying rack AND day's work!
    Thank you all for commenting and for your super kind words!!!

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  6. I just LOVE the love in this post!!!

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  7. oh my that is DELECTABLE--like having a library!!!!

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  8. The Magnificent Seven! Well done, you.

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