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Attempting a little work

November 19, 2014

design

I can’t believe it’s already Wednesday! Today I finally felt inspired to start working on a new lamp design. Part of it was due to the studio cleaning on Tuesday. I eliminated clutter (well, kind of), actually put things away, and cleaned off the full drafting board surface. That surface hasn’t seen daylight in months! The design still has a ways to go, especially with choosing the right height and paper. I found inspiration from the beautiful cast iron pillars outside Gallery Calapooia in Albany. The gallery is currently accepting applications for 3D artists and I’m seriously contemplating joining. Another artist friend, part of the gallery, is strongly pushing for my application. Today I had enough brain power to download it and start assessing requirements. Basically the normal stuff: artist statement, bio, 6-10 images. I’m feeling my portfolio of lamps is a bit skimpy at the moment hence the new design idea.  It would be nice to pull together a new lamp with a completely different look that ties together to that gallery.

Tom received a new dialysis port yesterday evening. I’m uncertain if they have chosen a new site all together or just new equipment in the old one. This will have been the 4th replacement over 4 weeks. Seems like the equipment fails rather quickly….

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 19, 2014 2:14 pm

    So good you’re working again 😀

    • paperstew permalink*
      November 19, 2014 3:48 pm

      Well, at least a little bit today. We will see what tomorrow brings.

      • November 19, 2014 11:29 pm

        It’s been an extraordinary few weeks. Good to touch base again.

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