Not a novice to moving around, I still do find this process incredibly tiresome. I am in the "research" part of the process where I'm having to seek out all of the galleries in the city, find out what they're all about, contact them, find out what their submission process is, and take it from there--find out if I'm a good match. Alongside that research process, I'm' also trying to find out a little bit more about the studio space option. Being new to the city and all and still with few friends, it may be a good option as we can build a community from there. Plus, our house is rather small. I have doubts that the direction that I want to take my pieces will fit through our stairwell. So, things are still up in the air. There are many decisions to be made, and research to be done.
In the meantime, feel free to take a look at the photos of the house (below), check out my new website if you haven't yet: http://katiechenreclaimedart.com, and please let me know if you know of anyone in the Baltimore area that would know of the art studio situation. I still haven't quite made that connection here yet. Thanks for reading!
|The living room, front window and front door.|
|Hallway to kitchen, view of the back door, stairs to 2nd floor.|
|Exposed brick wall with view to kitchen and stairs.|
|Kitchen, back window and door.|
|Kitchen sink, and the hallway back to the livingroom.|
|Stairs to the 2nd floor.|
|First bedroom (facing backyard)|
|Second bedroom (facing street)|
|Bathroom, and view of first toilet.|
|Mini hallway past the tub (on the right).|
|View of second sink, bathtub directly to the right.|
|And the second toilet.|
|View from the other side of the bathroom. Yes, you've got it. |
Two toilets in one bathroom! Hot commodity here!