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Thirty in Thirty, 2014: Winter Window

Winter_Window_2014:copyright_michaela_harlow:pastel_on_paper:michaelaharlow.comWinter Window, 2014 – Michaela Harlow – 12″ x 12″, pastel on paper (14″ x 17″)

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Today marks the final day of my annual thirty-in-thirty studio challenge. When I woke up on this cold, January morning, sunlight was streaming through swirled crystals on the frosty glass windowpanes. As I peered through the frozen condensation, I thought about how different the world looks through this filter; how different it looks through all filters.

winter_window_in_the_studio:copyright_2014_michaela_harlow:michaelaharlow.com Winter Window on the studio work table

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2014 is going to be a year of change. And though the course is still a bit unclear, I can feel it and I am excited by the possibilities.

Thank you so much for following along, and for your supportive comments here and on various social media outlets this month. I hope you will continue to check back in, going forward into the month of February and beyond. To those who have inquired about the availability of artwork, I thank you for your interest and will be posting new work —with size, frame options and pricing– in both linked galleries over the coming weeks.

Late_January_light_in_the_studio:michaelaharlow.com Bright light, drying work and fresh flowers in the studio entryway

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