Sandy Sue Studios

Now that I have an appointment scheduled to meet with Pam Schwartz (the owner of The Perfect Setting gallery) next week, the studio is in full production.  There are a couple of new products I want to play with—microbeads, a new color of ink, and an antique Greek text book—and some different techniques I want to try.  What kind of texture can I get when I stamp ink through the mesh bag oranges come in at the grocery store?  What’s the perfect size of bubble in bubble wrap to squish paint into a background?  I got some of my vintage pictures and magazine gleans copied at the print shop last week, so I’ve got lots of fodder.  A few more cards should do it—just enough to show my range from odd humor to contemplative.

This feels good.  I’m not sensing any compulsivity or manic noise, no projecting into the future or unrealistic expectations.  I’m not hanging any particular hat on this hook.  I did my part by stepping into the Void.  Whatever unfolds from there is perfect.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jess
    May 12, 2011 @ 08:06:55

    Sandy Sue,

    That’s completely wonderful! I’m glad you have a meeting with her and that your art is taking on a new venture at the next level. Best of luck!



  2. Kathryn McCullough
    May 12, 2011 @ 15:50:19

    Good for you, Sandy! Remember–slow and steady. I’m exicted for you!


  3. ManicMuses
    May 12, 2011 @ 22:12:11

    How cool! I’m so happy for you! Keep on posting pictures of your creations. I think you’re incredibly talented and wish you lots of luck 🙂


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