Saturday, June 12, 2010

Greetings from Bahrain

Sorry for the long delay between posts. Have moved to Bahrain.  New art as soon as I get my studio set up.

9 comments:

Kathy said...

I hope you have a wonderful experience in your new "digs!" and look forward to your new works of art.

Maggie Ruley said...

That's exciting, looking forward to your next post from your new studio.

Stan Kurth said...

Hi Tonya, Welcome back! I'm looking forward to seeing your new work and I'm sure you toted the press along. You were making some very fine mono-prints when you left us.

Four Seasons in a Life said...

Greetings Tonya,

Do not rush yourself for we will be here patiently awaiting your return. Apart from seeing your new art, I look forward to hearing about your experiences and what your surroundings are like in Bahrain.

Wishing you all the very best,
Egmont

Cheryl Pilgrim said...

Wow, you're hard to keep up with. Susan told me yesterday that you had moved. It sounds exciting. Keep us posted!

Lucy said...

Eagerly await your thoughts on your new surroundings and the art it evokes. Wow. Pretty deep thoughts for me....

Lucy

Tonya Vollertsen said...

Kathy, Maggie, Stan, Egmont, Cheryl and Lucy,
Hey Guys, thanks for sticking with me! I have been trying to get some surface area set up in my new studio space and am making progress. I am a little distracted by the view and the beautiful North light streaming in. I will seriously have to break my habit of standing with my mouth open staring out the floor to ceiling window! LOL! Will get more furniture in July shipment. I will post a photo of my new Studio space.

Mike said...

Tonya . . .I am in awe of your work . . . have been for some time . . . .and thought you were in Texas. I am dying of curiosity! What brings you or pushes you to
Bahrain? Drop me a note and
DO TELL!

raeandrewsgallery.blogspot.com said...

Tonya, all I can say is WOW !! This new studio view and space looks marvelous!
I envy all that room.
Your work as usual is captivating, I look forward to seeing more in the future.I second Mike's comment, why Bahrain?
Rae

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