Patti Edmon Altered Attic

Sunday, August 3, 2008




OK Linda, since you've outed me as an unorganized, total mess, here are 'real' photos. Painting backgrounds on puzzle pieces for magnets on one table and finishing up a journal on the other... There is a shop here in Lexington that carries my work, all the vintage switch plates are gone and the button flower bouquets too. And, I have an order for six magnets that is ready to photograph and deliver to another shop. Exciting to put my work out there, anxious to see how it sells... 
Linda, is from New Zealand, here visiting with her hubby. She has the same auto-immune illness and we met years ago on the National Psoriasis Foundation message boards. This computer has extended my world in ways I never would have imagined, friends who have psoriatic arthritis, talented and amazing mixed media artists and writers. I never would have thought that I would be fortunate enough to encounter so many authentic, amazing and kindred spirits in blogland.
Lucy - I'm going to have to look at the map and locate Dunkirk and Silver Creek! 
Have a blessed, authentic day.


6 comments:

Charming Sam said...

O.k., your studio is beautiful! I love the tables you are using and now I know how I am going to mount my track lights. Thank you so much for sharing!

tom t said...

because we were the token southerners, i shared a table with patti at a writers' conference two years in a row (patti's work is remarkably good, and if she says otherwise, she's just being modest). we were like the Southern Gothic Reference Desk, with folks coming over to ask us about crazy relatives locked in the attic, or whether southerners really called each other "honey," in normal conversation. When it came time to comment in writing on each others' works, though, I had to fight off the urge to annotate Patti's stories with "Keeps messy desk. May not be college material."

Elizabeth Golden said...

This looks like you need a sign that says "Genius at work". Love your blog!

Sherry said...

Your studio looks loved and lived in and that spells beautiful to me!!!

And yes, isn't the internet an amazing network outlet?? We are so blessed in this day and age to be able to connect with people in ways that benefit our lives so richly.

Lucy said...

I think your creative space is absolutely wonderful, full of energy and a inspiration at every turn :)

Hey--guess what? I picked your name in a second place drawing for my blog giveaway. Since I had so many wonderful comments, I picked another winner :) I probably have your addy but please send it to me again so I can get your print out to you this week:)

johl3 at windstream dot net

Ragamuffin Gal said...

I think it all looks absolutely divine Patti! May I come over and play in your art room? Anyway, I hope you have received the little box and fairy by now. I do hope they arrived in one piece. Many Blessings, k

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