Sunday, 9 September 2012

An invitation from amid the madness of late summer...


19 comments:

Charlotte said...

How wonderful it looks. I wish we could visit but you are just too far away for us to put on our travelling shoes.
I wish you all the very best for your open days.

Heather said...

Like Charlotte I would also love to visit but the distance is a bit too great. I'm sure you will have lots of appreciative visitors and wish you every success with your Open Studios event. The workshop looks very inviting.

Ronnie (RR) said...

Congratulations Rima your studio looks fantastic.Best of luck with the opening, wish I could be there. If I am ever down your way I will pop along

Griffin said...

I will keep it in mind. Too far for the Open Studios, but will keep it in mind for 'when I can'.

Are you the Bella who's going to be on the Couche?!

Quinn said...

Ch-ch-ch-changes! Very exciting :)
Best wishes for only marvelous things happening in your lovely new space!

Karolina said...

Your new workshop looks wonderfull dear Rima,i so much wish i could visit,hopefully someday if i do travel to England i will pop in.Best wishes to you and Macha!

Heather Clenney said...

NARGGGH! If there wasn't a pond between us, I'd surely be there! It looks charming, and surely there's nothing like the smell of fresh paint to encourage creativity. Congrats!

Jess said...

If we pass by Chagford at the weekend, I know exactly where to come! :)
Jess xx

Em said...

How lovely! At some point I'd love to get out of the US and go there.

The Happy Peasant said...

Rima, such exciting creations going on! So happy for you. Keep us posted with more lovely photos. ~Amy

rossichka said...

Oh, this new space of yours looks so cosy and charming! I envy those who will step inside and feel the magic of your art and share the joy of meeting you!
I wish you many happy moments and lots of inspiration inside and outside the friendly opened door!...:)

Dear Rima, I haven't commented for a long time, but I do come and read with delight your wonderful posts, revealing new and new worlds to us!
I can't explain how surprised and thrilled I was when I heard you playing the Bulgarian song about Nikola - "Imala maika/edno mi chedo/edno mi chedo/Nikola..."!!!
I followed with interest your and Tom's artistic performances and if I was living somewhere in England, we would have come with my husband and son to enjoy one of them, for sure!:)))
Have a lovely Autumn!

Scrytech said...

This is good news. Will it incorporate Smicklegrim's?
Wonderful doors by the way.

Rima Staines said...

You are all most welcome if you are passing through or dwelling in the south west :)

I should have mentioned that I'm just across the yard from the studio of Yuli Somme, felt artist (<a href="http://bellacouche.com<bellacouche.com</a>), which is also open to visitors, and an exhibition of landscape paintings by Angela Allerfeldt.

Scrytech - Smickelgrim has secreted a couple of masks in the corners of my exhibition, but his shop is mostly sold out, and waiting for new creations :)

And Rossichka - delighted to hear the words to Imala Majka - I hadn't heard them. It's a great tune, isn't it.

Greetings from the autumn of Dartmoor to all :)

rossichka said...

Hello, Rima! I could send you the words, if you want!:)

Carl V. said...

How wonderful! Congratulations!!! If I were suddenly to find myself in possession of a transporter, or a private jet plane, I would make sure to stop by. But know that I'll be one of many in spirit, wishing you all the best and very happy for you.

Are you curious about me? said...

Bother!! Same weekend as mine.. Next year perhaps..

I meet a friend of yours yesterday, came to visit my studio... Sarah Baird... Small world.

Hoping you have lots of interesting visitors together with a few sales.. Enjoy your weekend Rima..

Boho mom said...

Oh wow, how I wish I lived closer!
:)

Anthropomorphica said...

Oh, if it was only a week longer! My wandering feet have me Devon bound but not until the week after...
I'm sure that your studio is crammed with many pairs of wonder filled eyes as I write this.

Jo said...

I just wanted to tell you that I nominated you for an award :)