Then there's the setbacks like a 100+ year old tin roof, a bead-board ceiling, not much in between but falling drywall, a slowly enlarging hole and a leak...
Summer hasn't hit yet and already fits, nails & hammers and at times art. I am currently working on large challenging canvas version of smaller works that when done will be around 5 to 10 grand and thus will be rolled-up and shoved under my house so the mice and other critters can crap on it. I don't really have the tools or can be a tool to show my large Contemporary style art like those bigtime high falootin' city artist like Tala Madani or George Zupp, but it's not too bad. I live way out in the deep south, I work for no man and I have no name. Here's the gambler Diamondback Rattlesnake Jack. Between his sixshooter's and his legless friend, if he loses a hand, you better watch out.
Just signed my name to this old place, after three years, it owns me, I don't own it...It will kill me if I decide to die here.
The art looks good in it at least, the roof can just cave in, I have to get back to the images one way or another.