The fabulous re-purposing of an old Railway warehouse into gallery space, print shop, event space ... at Ladysmith Mautime Museum Marina in British Columbia. Sliding warehouse/Barn doors looking beautiful
Day 19. My practice went like this. Childspose > Headstand > Childspose. Less than 10 minutes, done right here in the pitch black dark, in my yoga space that I share with any and all. But that soooo wasn’t the plan. Some days it’s not fun and it’s not easy being a business owner. I’m talking brick n’ mortar business, the kind with doors that need to lock, rent to be paid, and space and things to look after. But maybe this was THE plan for tonight, because something annoying turned into something to be grateful for, something in the dark shed some light. Because I really do love this space so much 💚 #inhalepgh#yogaeverydamnday#yogastudioatnight#yogastudio#pittsburghyoga#doors#lights#dark
Green with envy over this. I’m a big fan of a good door. Doors are a first impression for a building and symbolic too, if you think about it. Doors can symbolize hospitality, cheerful greetings, and hopeful opportunity. All things which we believe in at ExVoto. My affinity for doors goes way back. I once created a video all about the different doors around my historic neighborhood for a high school art project. The soundtrack was from an album by The Doors, of course. (Not sure my teacher picked up on the significance.) Photo via @quinn.tempest. #doors#architecture
Gordon and I have talked about making little Hobbit doors for a while and we (mostly he) finally did it! To commemorate our dozen years married we designed this door. The hinges are dragon tails because we're both dragons (according to Chinese astrology) and 76/76 are our birth years. 12 because 12 years married and backwards it's 21 which is the day we got married. Gordon sculpted it in Zbrush, 3D printed it, molded it, cast it out of resin and painted it. 😍😍😍We have secret plans for this sweet little door...