Summer change

August 25th, 2017 | Posted by jesskeylon in Uncategorized

What a summer! It’s been hot and dry and breezy and eventful out here.
Just last week I started a yoga class, turned 37 and moved my entire studio into a small building next door to the Pottery store in Pioneertown, CA. Just 20 minutes northwest of Joshua Tree, Pioneertown was created in the 40’s by the western movie crews including Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. The fronts are actual buildings, and several of them have been occupied by stores. Pappy and Harriet’s is the one place you can get a bite to eat, and their musical line up is pretty impressive.

My new studio boasts 10×12 feet of space with wood walls, rusted corrugated metal ceiling, large double doors and a split door in the back for airflow. Small, but perfect.

I have emptied out my boxes full of project from years ago, I have hung up all of my recent works, I have arranged all of my prints in a rusty metal sink basin (clean of course) and I am open!

It is my working studio as well, and I have already been busy making up some signs.

So many projects I have in mind to make!I will be open from Thursdays through Mondays, from 10 or 11ish til dark (ish) for now, so come on by Pioneertown sometime and say hello.

 

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