Saturday, February 11, 2017

Studio Tour






I tidied up a bit for your visit..
but all the projects and wips
are in place...


I hope you enjoyed the little tour..

and I realized later that you might want to know about the art on the walls..








as well..
so one day I will shoot some 
pics and share with you some of the art
that I have..
as well as my studio Goddess
reliquaries and talismans..


oh and by the way.. woohoo..
we made it to 100
subscribers!!
Thank you so much
dear readers and faithful viewers..


xo

17 comments:

ELFI said...

un très joli atelier , petit comme le mien.. mais très étudié pour ton travail.
comme moi , je travaille sur des grandes surfaces j'ai un manque de place terrible...salutations d'europe!

Roberta Warshaw said...

Thank you for sharing your studio. I wasn't sure if I would be able to watch it as I lost my studio two years ago when my grandson moved in. It was and is heartbreaking for me as, like you, I have always maintained a studio in my home no matter where I lived.

And then you spoke about the table in your bedroom as a young girl. That gave me hope as that is what I have now. Every day I have to put everything away. It is not easy. In 1 1/2 years I will have a studio again when he goes to college.

I am bookmarking your video for some great ideas when I finally return to my studio.

Thank you Caterina!

Caterina Giglio said...

Bonjour mon cher Elfi! Oui, nous pourrions avoir de petits espaces, mais nous faisons de belles choses .. salutations de la Floride ensoleillée!

Caterina Giglio said...

Roberta, for many years I put art away, and did some drawings and stitching when I had the time. My step daughters were small and I after working 45-50 hours a week, it all just took the creativity out of me. We bide our time and when the time is right, we soar! I will count down the days with you!

Diva Kreszl said...

Thank you for sharing your wonderful studio with us, it was such a treat! I think what I found most inspiring is how you have your stations set up and that you work on many different things. I have often felt that perhaps I was too scattered and had too many interests but I now realize I am in good company! I agree wholeheartedly with your philosophy on art being life and I treat all areas of my life as such whether drawing or painting, decorating my home, cooking and entertaining or even gardening. Congratulations on your 100 followers milestone, so happy to be in this group!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I would have been by sooner, but had to go to Sally's to watch this on her computer, since I still can't see videos on mine. I know downsizing was so difficult for you, but you still have a wonderful space, and so much more modern than mine. You have beautiful works in progress, and I would give anything to be able to draw like you. Those butterflies are INCREDIBLE!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Forgot to mention, congrats on getting 100 followers on YouTube. Since I can't possibly see anything there, I am obviously not one of them!

Caterina Giglio said...

Dear Diva, there are many of us who see that art is a wole living approach, you are not alone! Artists are by nature multitaskers and having different stations allows us to move where the energy is flowing. When one thing needs to dry, I move on to something else and I am able to get a lot more work accomplished. Thank you for viewing, subscribing, and for commenting... I so appreciate it! Welcome to the group!

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi E, well I hope you can see it sometime!! But I will keep posting them here as well.. x

Dorthe said...

A beautiful, peaceful, and inspiring place you have dear Cat, to let your creative juices flow. It looks great there, with all the different stations. Your portraits are stunning, so amazing , really.
Here I have two long tables, one for my computer, and printers, and one for my sewing mashine, felting mashine and the painting and collaging, stamping place, and Then I`m very lucky to have the utility room just next to my own, with water and sink, and ironing place, so I feel lucky, too .
Will be away for the coming week, as Mathilde will visit us for one whole week :-) , so not much fb, and no blogging !! but see you again later . Xxx

Jo Murray said...

OMG!!!!! It is SO neat. You can't possibly be doing any work there. Love all your storage, and the different workstations. Thanks for the tour

Caterina Giglio said...

Dorthe, you will be sorely missed, but enjoy your time awy! The size of our studio, matters not, it is the authentic voice that is important! Xoxox

Caterina Giglio said...

LOL, Jo! I said I tidied the place, but I did leave all the work in place... But if it makes you feel better, I did not dust!! LOL! X

Corrine at corrinegilman.com said...

Sweet video, you are so organized, of course you are. Yes, I subscribed and when I did you were at 109, yay! xox

Caterina Giglio said...

Yay!! We made it! Thanks Corrine!! And I did get some wine and chocolate tonite, so woohoo!! xox

Linda Jo said...

I love seeing your studio! And I love seeing you walking and talking! ha! Beautiful woman and beautiful art! I love having my own studio, too. Mine is too cluttered. I think I'd be more productive if I had less??? Thank you for sharing!

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Linda, so happy you stopped by! I think as artists we are always walking that line of workability and collection.. we do so love our treasures!! xo

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