Monday, May 17, 2010

I've Seen Some of my Favorite Blogs....

Show pictures of where they work... So I took 18 pictures of My in House Studio... I haven't been creating so much as taking care of baby chicks and ducks...
Click the pictures to make them bigger~
This is where I am now posting to my blog... The black and white photo is a picture of my and my husband many many years ago! Post cards I love to look at when I'm at my computer.
Books, beads and Etsy or soon to be giveaways~: )
Stuff I like to look at you might see some familiar artists. That painting is just an experiment...
Looking out my window ~ I love glass "things"
Cubbies full of STUFF!!!!
Sculpting table... look at all those tools and brushes Oh My!
Painting table...
I love my Vintage Vikings!
Alter on my bookcase.
Angels waiting to be hung.
Another alter I like to look at.
This puppet from Thailand looks over the room and yes I'm trying to learn Spanish : )
This area needs work!!!
A fairy, and funny guy on a gourd those are mine. Pat Lillich's ball jointed doll... vintage bobble head Japanese dolls.. and those other 2 were a gift from my dad when I was 3 ( do you think I understood that? I wanted a Barbie!)
A shrine I did ~ not feeling so good about things.
Well here are some of my treasures....
...and more treasures...
The guy in the green striped pj's is mine The cool gargoyle is from Handyrand, and that cute little old fairy argh I can't remember... then there Diablo...
Thanks for taking a peek into my studio ~room.
Blessing~

18 comments:

Tess said...

Wow, You have so many wonderful things to inspire you. I love that experimental painting. The eyes are so cool. Did I see another similar doll or painting with those cool eyes in another pick? I think so. Your alters are lovely. Thanks for sharing. Some day I will have a whole room full of inspiratiion like this to work in. Until then I use my kitchen or dining room table.
tess

Janine said...

Oh I am envious! You have a lot of wonderful light and room! I am so cluttered and can't seem to get enough light!

Sarah said...

Oh oh oh what fun...I loved that! I just love seeing where folks create and what they keep around them to inspire them! So cool..so many things that I just loved..your work of course..and all the fun little folks you surround yourself with! Wow! I loved the vikings...hee hee and the glass on the window sill...oh hon...wonderful stuff..thank you for the tour! Hugs, Sarah

Marina said...

Awwwwww...! I LOVE your little treasured and every corner of your studio is wonderful! I want to start over with mine now......

oldblackcatboo said...

Oh! I love it! I love getting a "peek" into other peoples creative spaces. You have so many wonderful "treasures". Something about those little Vikings made me think that I had one of those a long time ago. They look vaguely familiar, hmmmmm

Kelsey the Ewok said...

pLovely art room. I love glass thingamabobs too.

Your altars, are you Wiccan, or some other kind of Neo-pagan? Merry Meet! :)

I'm only seventeen (still cuddled up under mama bird's wonderful wings) so right now my creative space is also my bedroom, my office, my play room, my guest room, and the spare linen closet, all in one. That won't change 'til I'm out of college, but it works for me.

I paint on the floor in here (my room), sculpt at the kitchen table, sew on the couch or in my comfy chair; mama hates it. But I clean up after myself so I don't see what all the fuss is about.

Blessed be,
Kelsey

Sue said...

Pattee you have such a bright and
wonderful space to create in. I would be SO inspired and be creating constantly if my little room looked like this.

Thank you for taking us on your tour - it was so much fun to see your space and all your little treasures.

Hugs,

Sue

BlacknickSculpture said...

I enjoyed the tour of your work space :) Is your sculpting turntable made of marble?

julie campbell said...

what a fab space Patty, you have so many amazing things !
I used to have three vikings when I was a kid and illustrated my whole o'level History project with sketches of them ( and passed LOL) It made me feel so nostalgic to see them :0)
No wonder you make such wonderful creations in this space,
julie xxx

yoborobo said...

Pattee - I love your creative space. It really inspires me to do something with the little nook I work in. I love your shrines, and all the little creatures that watch you work. :) xox! Pam

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

so so many super cool stuff!

love the Thai puppet ... and the (Indonesian?) angels.

I have never seen Japanese bobble heads before - are those flat heads? LOL marvelous!

I'm envious you have your computer in your studio space ... I have to leave the studio and go allllll the way to the other side of the condo to get to a computer. ;)

Georgina said...

Wow, and I thought I was surrounded by muses...you inspire me!! Love the pics. Have one of your little Christmas ornament I won from you on my bulletin board...he smiles down on me and let's me know when I've gone astray and brings me back to my original idea!!!

Marie S said...

Buenas dias muchacha, como esta?
There I have used all of my spanish talents up.
Happy tuesday Pattee. I love your space, it is so clean. I am never showing mine. When I create, I make a mess and then no one will clean it up. I don't understand, I clean up after them.
Come for sandy camp! ;-D
If you come down here we will HAVE to get together. Have to!!!
Have a great day dear one.

Amber Leilani said...

you have a terrific work space!

TheBlakkDuchess said...

What a wonderful space!!! I can't wait to get out of school... buy a house... with a room ALL TO MYSELF (and my mess... =D) No wonder so many wonderful things come out of this room! Happy crafting! *hugs*

Kaerie Faerie said...

great space to create, love the glass in the window, pretty!
Karey

ziggy stardust said...

love your studio!!! where do you get yur little chairs!?

Janine said...

Hi Pattee, It doesn't appear that we had too bad of the storm here. I put in my ear plugs and said my prayer to the Arch Angels, the Universe and to the Earth then I surrender to the powers that be and it helps me get through things. I am not a religious person but a spiritual one and this is what I do. Silly right? It puts me into the moment, the place where there is no fear and worries just the now.