Monday, December 6, 2010

Parlor and Workspace, 4



Parlor and Workspace, 4
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The room continues to change. It’s also a ship at sea. Photos taken in August 2009 can be found here, here, and here.


12.6.2010 #3
12.6.2010 #2 (drawing)
12.6.2010 #1 (drawing)

18 comments:

RUDHI - Chance said...

Comfortable cell and library, William! Shaw, Tea please...

William Michaelian said...

It will be ready soon...

-K- said...

I note the complete absence of 99 inch flat screen tv with matching five foot surround-sound speakers.

William Michaelian said...

An extension cord no longer reaches shore.

jasmin said...

William, "fast Glückselichkeit" es gefällt....Jasmin

rahina q.h. said...

very inviting, what a perfect place to work... i imagine you sitting in the arm chair reading to family who would sit on the larger sofa, eyes and mouths open, brains anticipating... or maybe just grabbing a book and lounging around while you continue writing:)

William Michaelian said...

Jasmin, the word “Glückselichkeit” is a mystery to me....

Conversation, reading, and lounging, yes, Rahina, but when I work, I work alone.

Crissant said...

I like your space, It seems very confortable but i think the best part is on the bookshelves ;)
William, i´ll be away from blogosphere and i´ll be back in 2011.
So i came to wish you good energies for you next year.
Have a good time!
Hugs and love.

William Michaelian said...

Crissant, I saw your beautiful posts a little while ago. I love your little Christmas tree, and I wish you the same. Thank you for all you share, and I’ll see you then.

Paul L. Martin said...

I am glad I am not the only one buried in his own temple of the book. Those piles look very familiar, William. Seems just like home. Thanks for sharing your workspace with us.

Nicole said...

Hi William,
you have a very invitingly place there. Seems to be a room with very good vibes.

Nicole

William Michaelian said...

You’re welcome, Paul. This is where we’ll sit when you come to visit. There are two more comfortable chairs to the right and another bookcase. That’s the corner of Remembrance of Things Past you see on the round table in the foreground. I’ll probably still be reading it. And there are a couple more shelves in other rooms.

Hi, Nicole. Yes, this is by far my favorite room in the house, a great place to work and read and think. Of course, I still need more books!

Gerry Boyd said...

the feng shui is powerful here.

William Michaelian said...

also hints of neuroses

Stickup Artist said...

The warm and cool tones play off each other beautifully!

William Michaelian said...

Ah, spoken like a true artist-photographer....

Harry Kent said...

it's always fascinating to see where a great tree spreads its roots and here i see an immaculate garden, rows well hoed, edges trimmed, a gentle light for gentle growing things and woodland friends safely resting in boughs and burrows

William Michaelian said...

I certainly see some furry ones perched at the far side of the garden. Meanwhile, I confess, I am an orderly person. Even my messes are organized.

“The mighty oak was once a nut like me.”