New screened porch just outside the kitchen door
Friends greet one another (new wet studio in background)
The kitchen (completely remodeled)
From the kitchen, the copy-area
This room has a flexible use. Miki Rodriguez
chats with a visitor. The door to her left is a dining and/or media area.
The main room has a flexible use. Three design panels grace one wall.
This room has been used for critique sessions, meetings, and more.
The new wet studio, still under construction.
Much more to come!
This is the area to the right of the doorway (above)
The large area will house the print table(s).
Design walls run the length of the far wall.
One of the best things about hanging out this weekend was the opportunity to meet so many of the neighbors, who have watched the transformation of the house and new studio building. Jane Dunnewold has envisioned a lovely space to make art, and it has come to fruition! My husband dropped by Sunday afternoon and really enjoyed seeing how different it looks at this stage compared to early in the restoration. He commented that it seems like a great "woman cave". I think it is a great "artist cave", if you will. The big question is: who is going to make the first smudge in that new space? Not me, I hope! Or should I say, "Oh me, me, ME"!
Once the kinks are worked out in the new spaces the class schedule will go live. Stay tuned: It is going to be great!!