This is a shot of the NEW studio, as we are painting it. The color is Quahog (pronounced KO-hog) and it's a light warm gray. Other than the fact that I liked the neutral light color, I HAD to get this paint because Warren, where my new studio is located is the home of the one and only Quahog Festival (we've never attended one, but will report in this year as to what exactly this entails). If you've ever seen the TV show Family Guy, they live in Quahog, a fictional town in Rhode Island. Anyway, this space is amazing, it's in an old grain elevator building, with a cool history.And, just so you don't think I haven't been painting, I finished up this piece that was started on location. Typical, it was a gorgeous day with a clear sunny sky and no wind when I started packing up to go across the street to paint the island. By the time I got my gear and CROSSED THE STREET, the sky had darkened, and the wind was whipping things around. I decided to stay and paint (and freeze) anyway, being dive-bombed by seagulls and pigeons (there was a car full of people who pulled up behind me and emptied bags and bags of bread, etc. for the birds, who materialized out of nowhere for this feast! Anyway, paintings like this will drive me mad with so many grays. I feel a spicy painting coming on!