Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Be afraid, be very afraid ...

The title of this post is how my family feels when they hear me say, "Hey, let me ask you this ...."  My 24 y/o son, who I've been advertising was 25 until he reminded me last week!, immediately thinks "HEAVY!" He's usually right.

So when I asked him to help Jim and me move the 10,000 lb. stainless steel table in my studio, he said, "How's an old lady, a gimp-ass old man, and one guy who's reasonably fit going to move this?"  I said, "We're going to push it with our butts ... errr, I mean backs!"  Well, we did it  ...  Of course, when David asked me, "What does a hernia feel like?"  I answered, "You don't have one."  He accepted it ... so we moved on! :-)

These are a series of photos of what the studio looked like during it's transition.  The photos need no explanation other than to say, "Come back next week, y'all, to see the finished results!"





The most important thing in the studio!















9 comments:

Alice said...

Awwww, that's a great son to help out! I'm jealous over your spacious studio. And that's a serious sound system you have there! Can't wait to see the 'after' photos.

mairedodd said...

here's hoping that david does not have a hernia and that you get this looking the way you want it soon!

MaCarroll Beads said...

There's no stoppin' now....you promised pictures of the finished project!!

SummersStudio said...

I get the same kind of reaction from my son when he's home! Love all of the light from your windows. Can't wait to see the transformation.

Christine said...

I love your space, Barbara, and especially those windows. My husband always thinks "Uh oh..." when I start a sentence with, "I've got an idea!" :)

stregata said...

Your studio has so much light! Sigh!
Can't wait to see how everything looks, as soon as you have reorganized.

Riki Schumacher said...

Can't wait to see the end result. I can only imagine the work! Great workspace. Riki ;)

Barbara Lewis said...

Thanks, everybody. Can't wait to show you the end results. It won't be like anything from "Where Women Create" but it will be a lot better that it was before.

Marsha Neal Studio (Marsha's Garden Blog, Marsha Minutella) said...

Great pics! I think that getting it all organized (I am doing the same thing) will allow for such great creativity… I love the "boom box" reminds me of a transformer or something. I had one with a remote and put the remote in a zip lock baggie taped up as to not get clay into it… Love music in the studio (and room to shake your booty when the mood hits!)

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