Emily in her studio While serving on the Wayland Arts Counsel in 1989, I met one of the artists whose studio was at the Saxonville Mill. She had a large etching press and invited me to take a class at her studio. I loved how spacious it felt, the big windows, high ceilings and dark pine floors. When a studio became available I was thrilled to have a creative space of my own

Three walls of my studio are painted a deep Tuscan shade of red, and I painted several old chairs in rich bold colors. Lots of big tables, a room full of easels, a couch and of course the ever-important coffee maker make this a welcoming place to work and gather.

My studio in Saxonville is more than just a place to paint. It's my other home, a "room of my own" and a salon of inspiration.

Come visit me on our annual open studio days, a wonderful opportunity to see where art is generated.