bemusing musings of a bewildered brush-wielder

i-beams and scapulas


On the weekend I puttered about my new studio in Islip, as a construction crew lowered I-beams into place, reinforcing the structure for the glass ceiling to come. And this Monday, on the east end, I sketched and taught my figure drawing class about how the skeletal structure of the scapula glides across the posterior portion of the ribcage. Already such a funny week, hopping about like this.

I can’t wait, I’m so eager to be in my new studio.  It’s still in progress, but already looks amazing.


3 responses

  1. Anonymous

    Of course by then you couldn’t feel the scapula as the trapesius and rhomboid muscles were in clinic contraction! K

    November 15, 2011 at 5:43 am

  2. As we say in Chinese, “Don’t fear slow progress; just fear no progress” (Bu pan man; jiu pa zhan).

    November 15, 2011 at 5:44 am

    • I really like that George, I’m going to hold on to that one. Thanks.

      November 15, 2011 at 3:14 pm

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