Last year Joe got yet another free trailer, this one is a 35' Spartan made by the Howard Hughes Aircraft Company & is just beautiful, fallen on hard times but beautiful all the same.
He has been working on making the front of it into a studio for himself & is also redoing the wiring where needed.
Because my little room in the house that I use for my studio/storage was so full that I could not see a flat space (nor could I walk in it, as the floor was also covered with STUFF) I asked Joe if I could have the bedroom at the back of the trailer for my Mixed Media Art, I figured a board or two across a couple of boxes for a table to work on but in true Joe fashion he set out to make it solid & sturdy.
He found a free table by the roadside & he remade it for my workbench. There are closets galore which are almost full of cool STUFF waiting to be up cycled into something new.. Joe has also built shelves of ingenious design to hold all the storage containers that hold all my groovy STUFF for assemblage art, he has been careful not to drill or put screws into the lovely wood lining the trailer, as restoring it is a possibility someday if not by us then by someone else.
Now it is cold as we are in the middle of winter & this is the Great North West but we have a little heater running on low all the time so that it doesn't get freezing in there & just crank it up a bit when we go out there so that it is not unbearable ;)
On the inside looking out....
Anyhoo...... Here are some pics of the studio so far...
I have 3 projects on my worktable at the moment all in different stages of done & I am hoping to produce some interesting art dolls & such to share
This is what Joe gave me for Christmas, my own mini drill/screwdriver with its own charger, too cute, eh?
Here are Joe & Phoebe visiting me in my new play room..
What a wonderful space I have out there in the trailer, I am lucky to have a husband who can do this stuff, aren't I?