An artist’s studio is rarely tidy. Usually it’s filled with paintings (and paint!) all over the walls, discarded sketches and paint brushes on the floor, color swatches, inspiration in the form of images ripped from magazines, anatomy books opened to the pages of those hard to draw body parts (like ears), cigarette butts, candy wrappers, and spilled beer. Not this time.
See a painting of a Boise landmark.