Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Sandpaper Factory Studio

This is the before and after at the new studio. It took forever to sand this floor which was a grimy gray paint. My nephew, Win and I spent Saturday and Sunday all day and Don and I spent another 10 hours between Monday and yesterday. The results are well worth the agony of such a project which, I'll never be doing again :D This is the 4th floor of the building which has fantastic skylights over the entire roof. This is one of the very few remaining buildings of its kind in this area. I was lucky to get a space here.


rdl said...

Congrats! good girl-nice job!!
love the windows!
can't wait to see it all filled up, when's the open house - i'll bring wine.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

:D Thanks rdl. I can't wait.
That little nook behind the door seems like the perfect place to put a cozy little nook with a little couch and table and nice lamp. This studio is large enough for that kind of thing.

Paula said...

I'm so excited for beginnings...they're not always easy but they can bring great things. Best of luck...I'm a little jealous of your windows and skylights!

Paint like crazy!

Kelley MacDonald said...

You're making it a 'home sweet home' for your art. I applaud you for your diligence and your knack for making such appealing spaces. :) Can't wait to see you all moved in!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

You're all invited to the Open Studios which it seems, will happen in two buildings....stay tuned.
Thanks all for your encouragement and great comments.
rdl bring the wine and I'll be the DD.
Kells, that means a lot to me because you know it's been hellish :( relatively speaking.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Paula, I miss the group :(
I think of you every time I look at my little P'Town painting :D Thanks for visiting. I live for comments ;)

auntie mary said...

your new studio looks more attractive than the old one. i know you will be just as happy in it. let me know if there is something you want for it, i might have it in my celler.

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