new home for a stray goose
As of October 17th Stray Goose Studio has unpacked and launched into studio work with vigor and a deadline. With Christmas not far away I've been busily restocking my inventory for Sevigny Studio as well as to re-establish my online shop, hopefully to open in the next couple weeks. It feels good to re-make my studio space (especially since this time is better than ever!) and re-direct my mindset towards making.
It was a very taxing work season fishing this summer which then rolled right into adventure travel time without so much as a pause. Always living life by the seat of my pants; I rented the space in which I now reside over the phone while visiting my sister in New York. Thankfully it all worked out!
There is nothing better than after months of upheaval and uncertainty to have all my belonging in one place, under a dry roof, with a comfortable bed in the corner, a Finn dog nestled into the pillows and time to relax--literally since May 11th. Of course I couldn't really rest until everything was unpacked, organized and the gaps filled with things from thrift stores and Costco... Just having my own space and quiet is lovely, even inspiring. I want to go run. I want to sit at my freshly build jewelers bench and crank out earrings late into the night!
Pictured here are a few peaks at what I have been up to in the last week as well as a few shots of my new little home. As always, feedback is appreciated and stay tuned for more!
A periodic glimpse into the artist's surroundings, processes and resulting handy works.