But I needed a window to nature somehow. Yesterday arrived the painting I bought from Cris in Oregon. It is what I needed and what this place needed.
My studio is tiny but big enough to hold (on it's left) a calm place. When I sit at my worktable, (on the right) I can swivel around on my high chair and look at the sheep on the hill. Then I can go and lay down in the grass with them, under the pinkblossoming tree:)
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I just love the expression of this mom-sheep, Cris has captured it so well. The sheep were grazing guests on the field not far from her house, when it was still cold. She could see them every day for a while and shared her view with us. So, in a way, I know these sheep.
This, on the contrary, is the busy side of the studio, at the right. Here things can be creatively chaotic. So, when my mind needs to escape, I swivel and go back to the green hill:)