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A small Coastal town called Saint Marys, Georgia, United States
Hi, my name is Ronnie. I am an American Contemporary Folk Artist. I conjure up images, then paint them on canvas. This makes me happy. Nice to meet you.

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Painting is an attempt to come to terms with life. There are as many solutions as there are human beings. - George Tooker

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Due for a Change. No, not Obama. My Work Space!

This is where I have been working. It's a wreck! If I wanted to sew, I had to clear the painting stuff off and throw the machine on.
It was youngest (finally flown the coop) son's room. The gigantic poster of a Ferrari is still tacked to the ceiling for viewing when he was in bed. Dave Matthew's Band pic on the door. The Undertaker, a wrestler, on the back of the door. Remnants he left behind. Not exactly my space, but I was getting by.
Then Scoop Magazine called and wanted an interview with pictures for their next issue! Oh no, this would not do! An artist's digs with shades of vacated college student?!
Monsters and Minor Whiners agreed. So, I started packing it up! Take over the bigger room across the hall with a nice view and better light without 4,000 blue spots of poster putty dotting the walls!
Here it is! All nice and clean after two days of work and Joe helping me hang new blinds on three windows. And Junker Jane's monsters and kitty pillow placed on the bed.

Throw in the easel and move the monsters and pillow to the rocking chair. Made a nice big table from a door and two put-together bookcases (which hold more stuff!) and covered it in colorful vinyl. Called it good.
Now, I have TV! Better chair. Better light. Better get to work.
Have a good one,
Ronnie
If you live near me, look for Scoop Magazine! It's Free or as they say, "Priceless".

9 comments:

PJ's talking2.... said...

Congrats on your NEW studio! You're going to produce great art in there. The light is perfect. Have fun. ~PJ

Buskitten said...

Wow! You're going to be in a magezine! That's fantastic! Can you do a scan of it and put it on your blog for us to read? I love your new studio, it looks so spacious and organised. My studio is also my bedroom, I have a desk at the window, and somehow, all my stuff is just about squashed in haha! It would be great to have a room just for work, but we only have a wee cottage!
Laters,
x

aliceinparis said...

Congrats on the interview! and hooray for the push to get your room done. It looks GREAT! My studio is my dining room table:). I would love a room to myself:))
Cheers, Shelagh

B said...

Love your work area girl! Now I feel like I need to go down and tame my zone.

Jenn said...

it is BEAUTIFUL!! You deserve a big, yummy space like that all to yourself! xoxo...jenn

p.s.love those little whiners!!

Renee said...

The room look fantastic and all that light. Wow.

Congrats on the magazine interview, I am sure you rocked it.

xoxo

XUE said...

How wonderful! I always love glimpses into creative work spaces. Yours is so cheery & bright!

JUNKER JANE said...

Ronnie, you are a crack up :D
I am happy you are gonna be in a magazine!
Thanks for featuring the Monsts :D

Jemjoop said...

Looks wonderful. Congrats on the feature in Scoop!