There was a tumble down little shed on the property where I am living on Bruny Island, Tasmania. Boris and some friends (thanks T-bone and Chonga) helped me to put a few windows in and fix it up. It’s now my fabulous little Studio Space – I call it my Green Room. When a surfer gets inside a tube or “the green room” it is bliss. When I get into the studio and play and create, it is my bliss. Hence “The Green Room”, my little studio space . It keeps me sane and I am so very grateful for it. My own space to make an inky, papery mess (and hopefully some beautiful prints! whilst I explore the challenging world of Printmaking.
Welcome to my Green Room.
September 2011 – The new studio space is an odd shaped white, “L” shaped room but I’m still calling it my “Green Room” ! It is not ideal for a printmaking space but I am making do and trying to make the space work for me. I remember a picture of Margaret Preston printmaking on her kitchen table and I feel grateful to have a dedicated space.