in the studio
As seasonal shoots are buried deeper beneath snow, now metres deep in places, for me this has already been such a fertile spring awakening. Already more than half-way through my time in Lunenburg, I feel like I’m unearthing a practice that was long buried beneath my artist-run centre work (which I still love) and daily life. These last two years have been valuable—I’ve written before about fallow periods—but now I’m experiencing the benefits of rich ground.
Here are some shots of me in the studio, taken by Susan Hudson, a Board member of the LSA. I’m still working on drawings with the pheasant gesture, which seems to have found its legs. I have some updates to share about a Lunenburg specific inspiration, but will post those once I’ve dug in.