Monday, June 21, 2010

Seriously distracting view from my new studio!

Will have to get used to this view so I don't just stand gaping out the window with my mouth open all day.  LOL!

11 comments:

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Wow. I would have to dance between view and work too!

Caio Fernandes said...

hahah!! yes , this view is a real problem... how can you take your eyes fron this to work ?

fantastic place to create!

Mick said...

I used have an apartment on the 22nd floor of a high rise ... this looks higher!

Kathy said...

Oh, my!! I wouldn't get any work done with that spectacular view.

Stan Kurth said...

OK Tonya, wake up and get to work! Nice studio space. Hope you didn't have to tote your stuff up the stairs.

jyothisethu said...

tonya,

your art is interesting...
a studio perched atop is wonderful...

Tonya Vollertsen said...

Leslie, dancing is a good idea if you can keep your balance from this hight! LOL!

Ciao, it is hard to not look, my husband calls me "Norman" after Norman Bates in the Hitchcock movie because I'm always looking out the window!

Wow, Mick, good eye! It's 4 floors higher by numbers but not sure they counted the parking etc. I will have to look. There are so many buttons in the elevator it's ridiculous!

Gee, Kathy, you could never work another day in your life and you would still have more work to show than most artists!

Hey Stan, I don't think they believe anyone would even attempt to use the stairs as there are no lights in there as far as I have seen. If I had to "tote" my stuff up the stairs I think I'd be just sitting on the floor drawing in the dust with my finger! LOL!

Thanks, Jyothisethu, I do feel blessed with this great space and it is perfect North light all day long.

Eva said...

Wow! What a wonderful view and such a nice clean uncluttered space! Sure beats my basement studio. I've had to always stick to the ground floor because of hauling work to shows, etc. Look what I missed out on :O)

Tonya Vollertsen said...

Hi Eva, I have had a basement studio before with my first tour of Colorado. Luckily it had a window. I have to say, I do like this better!

Nick said...

I didn't think that looked like Texas. why the move?

Tonya Vollertsen said...

Hey Nick! Thanks for the visit, I know you have been really busy! Fun busy but busy nevertheless. Congrats on all your recent accomplishments! So great and really celebrating with you there! It is fun to live vicariously thorough Nick Simmons for sure! Thanks for all the great photos on your blog letting us know what you've been up to!
Well to answer your question as everyone knows there is something that draws all of us no matter our level of affluence, something that if offered in large amounts will turn your head and make you go where ever it is offered. The one big draw for everyone of course is.... Camels! Gotta have 'em! Gotta love 'em! I am totally stricken with Camels! I am totally here for the camels! LOL!

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