Sunday, 4 May 2014
Why not share some pictures of my studio?
Here is a bit of my wall of inspiration - just added the Veronese pictures after seeing the exhibition at the National Gallery last week.
If you make things Black/White it looks less messy!
Of course there are secret stacks of fabrics, books, ribbons, lace and antique clothing elsewhere in the house...as if that would all fit in a studio.... ;)
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