Studio 111 is coming along! Between painting trim and windows, installing light fixtures, and handling other assorted prerequisites to set up my new creation space, settling in has been a slower process than I imagined. It seems all the slower when compared to how very quickly everything had flowed to get me to this location!
Here is your first look at the so-called gallery side of my space, where I will showcase completed, framed pieces. In this area,?you can get a feel for what the artwork might look like in your home.
What you see on the wall to your left is just the start of what will ultimately be a salon-style installation ? not my favorite style of art presentation to be certain, but a necessity in this studio.
As you can see, I had the electricians move the chandelier from the working side of the studio to the gallery side, and I think it looks quite stylish! This warmer light was not helpful among the cooler, daylight bulb shop lights, but by showcasing the fixture on the other side, it has become a real asset.
Next month, I?ll give you a peek at the working half of the space. I look forward to your seeing the new studio in person!
Want to see where the artistic magic happens? Contact me to make an appointment for a private studio visit.
Above:?Artwork from left to right, all works ? Amy Funderburk All Rights Reserved:
Sunset at the Mooghaun Hillfort (oil on linen, 22″ x 15″, ? 2004);?Second Sight/2nd Site (diptych, oil on oil primed linen, 12″ x 30″, ? 2012);?Turtle?s Progress (oil on linen, 17″ x 24″, ? 2011-12);?Red Mother (watercolor and holy water from the Chalice Well on paper, 5″ x 7″, ? 2009);?The Wild Trees of Madron (archival pigment print, 12″ x 18″, ? 2012);?Savasana ? the Release (oil on linen, 44″ x 32″, ? 2008-11); The Track to Nowhere (archival pigment print, 12″ x 18″, ? 2012);?corner: Central tree trunk post, The Wishing Tree installation (wood and bark, ? 2012);?Well of the Creatrix (oil on linen with holy water from the well in the gesso layers, 30″ x 36″, ? 2007);?bottom: Double Rainbow Over Loch Ness (archival pigment print, 18″ x 12″, ? 2013);?top: Cloud Planet with Jack-o-Lantern Face, Corrimony Cairn (archival pigment print, 18″ x 12″, ? 2013);?Manifestation of Rabbit (oil on linen, 30″ x 36″, ?2007); Knockfennell by the Shores of Lough Gur (watercolor pencils on paper, 7.5″ x 8.5″, ? 2005)