Day 23: We peek into an Art Studio
Not mine, alas.
I’ve been doing casual research on a local artist, which led me to this photo of the house where she lived for 27 years. For reasons unknown at the moment, the house was put on the market last year and sold. This photo was taken while the house was on the market.
This is waterfront property, by the way. Her studio overlooked Lake Earl, which is a protected harbor that flows into Choctawhatchee Bay.
You can see the water from the windows. There’s a boat dock on the left and an outbuilding of some kind on the right.
Inside the room, I can make out a few details – rolled up rattan shades that could be lowered when needed. Tile floors that could be cleaned up pretty quickly. Shelves for books. A cabinet (a taboret) for holding papers and other art supplies.
One small window, overlooking … what? Why? Larger, deeper drawers for … what?
Maybe if I ever meet her, I can ask. And if I find out, I’ll tell you. That’s a promise.
To all of us.