There is no place like home.
Hello, hello, hello. I’m back from my European travels to my beautiful Vancouver. It’ been gloomy and rainy for 4 days straight since my return, but I love it. This weather is very conducive to working. My studio feels so much more cozy and warm when I hear the rush of rain and leaves outside my window.
It’s time for me to go back to work. I’m still recovering from flu I picked up while in Vienna or London (or could be anywhere for that matter), as well as very jet legged and slightly disoriented when it comes to day and night. For some reason I always find it much harder to re-adjust to Pacific time than to any other time zone. On the other hand, I love waking up while it’s still dark. The day feels so much longer and more productive this way.
My trip was amazing, naturally. Aside from getting extremely ill at the worst possible time, right before the big show, everything went swimmingly. Chad and I met lots of amazing people and made new friends. I want to express our gratitude to our gracious and generous hosts who provided us with housing throughout this trip: Helene in Paris, Ilona in London, Elita in Vienna and Strychnin gallery staff in Cologne -Thank you. What a great time we had! Also, we got to meet and hang out with some local fans and clients of Enchanted Doll, and that was pretty amazing too. Thank you as well.
Starting Monday I’m going back to working on orders, but only part time, with the larger chunk of my time dedicated to working on new projects and developing new material for my upcoming shows, primarily, the big solo show in Berlin in 2010. Meanwhile I’ve got lots of pictures from the trip to organize and post. There will also be a few updates to the site as well that I’ve been wanting to do for ages, but couldn’t get around to it. So much to do……
Stay tuned for the pictures and some stories from the trip.
This entry was posted on Sunday, November 8th, 2009 at 11:30 am
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