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My Painting Studio by Pat Yager

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I’m submitting this pic of my studio only for a challenge. My creative spot is situated at the head of the stairs, with a north-facing window, skylights, and a wide mirror over the counter. It’s light and bright, perfect for good light on my work. This was taken in the process of painting my “Ruffled Begonia” watercolor which is now posted on RB (see below).

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Besides photographing things I find beautiful, I love to paint in watercolor! It can be loads of fun, creating its own beautiful color combinations as they run together on the paper, or it can be surprisingly independent, doing “its own thing” where you pretty much have to give up control – one never knows! That’s all just part of the fun!

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  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanalmost 6 years ago

    Perfect, sweetie!!!! And it does look like it would be so wonderfully bright!!!!! Lovely shot and good luck in the challenge, hon!!!

  • Marita McVeigh
    Marita McVeighalmost 6 years ago

    lovely to see your studio!!!

    ANNETTE HAGGERalmost 6 years ago

    A cosy bright corner place to be creative, thanks for shareing this Pat, so nice to see where you work……..anna : )

  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanalmost 6 years ago

    what a lovely place to work in Pat…just what I need!!! I move from the kitchen to the study…I really must get a spot just like this! good to see where you produce your masterpieces..thanks for sharing

  • Lynda Robinson
    Lynda Robinsonalmost 6 years ago

    This looks warm and cosy, and very ‘you’ Pat!

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...almost 6 years ago

    this is just a beautiful place to work in Pat.x

  • Brian Towers
    Brian Towersalmost 6 years ago

    You do realise there’s a chance you could be banned from the art world for being too neat and tidy Pat. You put me to shame as what I call my ‘Arts hole’ resembles the aftermath of a bomb blast. I like the north window for steady light, but the idea of a big mirror would put me off. On the other hand I often make stange faces and odd poses in mirrors when composing cartoon characters – my wife thinks I risk being taken away by men in white coats. Incidently, I’ve got the same clever palete as you.

  • nedesigns
    nedesignsalmost 6 years ago

    Even if it is for a challenge, it is a beautiful spot in which to create your wonderful art. Glad you shared this!

  • naturalimages
    naturalimagesalmost 6 years ago

    Lovely workspace! My studio is a “shed” in the garden and it does mean that I dont feel obliged to keep it tidy, however, it is also surprising how many items in there are nothing to do with Art!!

  • Orla Cahill
    Orla Cahillalmost 6 years ago

    Such a great workspace Pat. A lovely big window for pure natural light during the day and a great big mirror to reflect more light back into the room. Very nice set-up. And you have skylights too! How wonderful. :)

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