A libraritorium or better known as "The Library" or "The Reading Room". I think of it as the holder of dreams, the hidden archive of lost valuables forgotten after having spent a volume of time there and then leaving quick when called to dinner. A nook of solitude when trying to be alone with your thoughts, reading a juicy mystery or hiding from household chores. We stash our most comfy chair in this peaceful garden of words and sometimes, when alone long enough, we snooze. Comfort is easier when surrounded by our dearest books and artwork, always true friends watching over us.
I am Paula, the singing nurse. I spent most of my working days as a nurse while singing classical/opera on the side. But during my "on the side" life, my crafting took hold. Thinking I would be the Bob Ross of my day I tried oil paints but just never had the space they required. I then decided to try watercolours and soon fell in love with the intrigue of a paint that often did what it wanted and not what was expected. I call myself a "dibber and dabber" of paint and enjoy every second of that dibbing and dabbing. In 2012 I basically "discovered" digital art. When I first took a watercolor and enhanced and played with effects on it, I fell in love with the new possibilities of digital art. I have been experimenting with it ever...
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