Room for Five Thousand
If you haven’t visited the mosaic studio yet, here is a virtual tour through photos I took today as my mom and I worked in the room.
Room with no view. At one time, this was a toddler room and the window well had painted sky with clouds. Paint peels, leaves drift in, trash builds up, and disgusting sights spill over the wall from above. Other than constant clean-up, any ideas about how to improve the view?
Oh, yes, and there’s the wall of postcards from Laurel True’s projects in Haiti, definitely for inspiration.
This boring picture shows the all-important sticky mat just inside our door. This is the kind of mat that gets used in a manufacturing clean room to remove dust and particles from shoe soles. We step on this every time we leave the room, then peel off the top layer to reveal a fresh sticky surface at the end of each work day. You see the toddler room door across the hall? Yeah, we don’t want to leave glass shards in the hallway for those toddlers to find on Sunday morning.
So, that’s your tour. Come on down and see us in real life.