In case you were wondering...

In case you were wondering...

This blog exists to encourage all those who have ever wanted--and needed!--a tiny getaway close to home. A workshop, playhouse, garden shed, sanctuary, mini-greenhouse, studio, home office; whatever it is you need, it IS doable, with some sacrifice, imagination, and compromise.

It helps if you're handy, too.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The inside of the shed--video



Or find it here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g2vN0BU7y0

Still needing to build the shelves and get the  rest of the overhead storage done, plus lighting for artwork, but doing great!

16 comments:

  1. Ahhh! Such a wonderful space. Love all the little touches inside and out. Perfect place to get the creative juices flowing! Thanks for the tour! :)

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  2. What a lovely new space. I wish you hours and years of happy creating - both art and friendships.

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  3. Love the tour and the feast of "little touches"
    as Rita put it. I sat right down inside my head and had a cuppa.
    annie

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  4. What a nice, cozy place to zone out...I stopped by the hot plate and made a cuppa tea, I cleaned up after myself when I finished. You'll have so much fun in this playhouse!

    Kate: I have one of your Watercolor Basics discs, but nothing on the label tells me if this is a DVD or a CD. Waiting for you to tell me...I've had this for some time...

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  5. We already are, joan!

    And all mine are CDs at this point...

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  6. Kate: This CD opens with a banner, a picture of your CD's available and a big photo of Water Color Basics...this must have been included in one of your books I bought. Nothing seems to play on the CD...is this just advertisement or info about the other CD's that are available in your store/website? Am I doing something wrong?
    You have to know that I'm technically challenged, meaning I'm a dummy when it comes to this tech stuff.

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  7. Joan: not sure why it's opening on its own - it shouldn't. Rather than discussing it here, please write to Joseph at JosephR4570@hotmail.com and he'll try to help you.

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  8. Thanks, I'll contact him directly.

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  9. Well thank you, Paul! Maybe I'd better listen again, just sounds funny to me...

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  10. I loved the video tour, Kate! You've outfitted it very nicely. I saw the video too where you were walking to the shed. How nice that you are nestled in the woods. Yay! Now: go make art in your new shed!!!!

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  11. Thank you, Krista! It really isn't "in the woods," it's a lot that used to be my garden, facing another lot that used to be a garden, both of which have grown up with young trees, but it FEELS like woods and I love it. In 30 years it WILL be...

    I really enjoy my time over there...and yes, I do work in my journal a lot, there! (When we get the shelves built so I have more room for art supplies, who knows what I'll do?)

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  12. Oh, it is such fun to have a tour of your little place! Almost as good as being there. Thank you SO much for having us all in ;D.
    Xoxo,
    L

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  13. You're welcome! And there's actually ROOM for everyone that way. :-P XO right back, girl...

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