1 Day 1 World Project: 11:00pm – 12:00pm – Into the Studio

Joining in with Northwest Frame of Mind’s  1 Day 1 World Project I thought I would share what I was up to this evening. This evening, shortly after 11:00 pm I popped down to the studio to shoot a painting I completed yesterday.

studioI must confess I am a night owl. When most people are already tucked nicely into bed I’m just gearing up for the evening. I have been known to say to my husband around 2:00 am “What would you like to do for the rest of the evening?”…..followed by him rolling his eyes and saying “It’s 2:00 am!”.

The joke in our home is that the only way I see a sunrise is if I haven’t gone to bed yet………okay it is true.

I like the night.

I like the quiet.

(By the way if you would like to see the painting feel free to click HERE.)

 

Art and photography by Debra Hunter
Red Deer, Alberta
www.thehuntergroup.ca

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8 thoughts on “1 Day 1 World Project: 11:00pm – 12:00pm – Into the Studio

  1. Wow, this is going to be fun seeing what goes on in the world after I’ve gone to sleep. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your 11:00 pm project and I’ll click over to see your finished painting now!

  2. Nice to know there is someone else who isn’t in bed from 10 pm – 6 am. I have tried going to bed early, but then I can’t sleep, unless I have totally exhausted myself during the day which doesn’t happen a lot these days. Cool studio 🙂

  3. You’re going to be needed to ‘fly the flag’ in the next few weeks. My son is a night owl too. Getting up for the working week is a major struggle for him, but 5am- no problem! Unfortunately for Lisa he doesn’t blog, but he does sometimes wake me up 🙂
    Off to see the art work now!

  4. I’m glad I’m not the only one who starts things at this time of night. Though I do usually go to bed before 2… kids, they want annoying things like breakfast… and they want it in the morning… seriously! 😉

    • I definitely get the kids wanting breakfast thing. When our youngest wants something he certainly lets everyone know….he has learned well from his four older siblings.

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