Tuesday, April 27, 2010

A Working Studio

I think of my studio as a vegetable garden, when things follow their natural course, they grow, they ripen. You have to graft. You have to water.
                                                                                                                                            Joan Miro

After a year of feeling like a gypsy selling my wares on the Spanish Village patio, I have moved into Studio 34-B with three talented artists: Danielle Deaton, and Sally Bly, water color painters, and Linda Lepeirs, a photographer. I feel like a real artist now. Funny how having an actual studio outside the little table or desk designated as a home work space makes it legitimate. It declaration to the world that an actual "artist" works here; not just a mom squeezing in a creative project, or a teacher making a demonstration piece to show students. I look forward to being in this great community of artists and hope you will visit if you are in the area.
Studio 34-B is in the middle of the lower photo on the left.
Spanish Village is in beautiful Balboa Park. For more information, check out the link on the right.


  1. Deb, your blog works beautifully! Great to see the floppy disk demo... And I see your blog address on your website! Good on you!

  2. okay, i'm totally jealous now!
    it's a beautiful spot, so danged SD, it's crazy!!!
    remember, i was hatched in cap pendleton!!
    i'm so happy for you, deb! GO FOR THE GOLD, gypsy lady!

  3. Thanks so much. I appreciate all your good wishes.