It seemed that all had gone smoothly, though going through my art drawers today, I encountered a bit of a mess.
I was relieved to find that this rubber eraser was the only casualty of a leaky ink jar, and equally pleased to realize that this was a great excuse to try my hand at something I have been thinking about for some time now:
Carving my own rubber stamps.
He's a cute little feller.
As I was saying:
So I live in San Francisco now. Bryan was offered a 6-week programming contract here in the city, and it's hard to believe he is already through the first two weeks. It will be a short stay, but already our little place feels like home.
Presenting: My new Art Studio
Our humble sublet belongs to an artist who has filled the apartment with paintings, photos, sculptures, and so many other interesting and inspiring things!
Not only that, but our window looks out over Golden Gate Park, and yesterday I enjoyed a nice run through the trees all the way to Ocean Beach. It's such a blessing to have so much nature right outside our door.
And not only THAT, but my self-appointed job while living here is simply to write, paint, and draw as much as my heart desires.
I am so grateful for this wonderful opportunity!