Studio Tour Video

Hi Friends,

It’s time for a video! It’s been a while since I’ve done one, and I thought I’d take you on a studio tour and show you what I’ve been working on lately. Click on the play icon below.

What have you been working on lately? I’d enjoy hearing your thoughts. You can share them with us in the comments section below.

With love and appreciation,



  1. You are amazing dear Cassandra ! I loved your art since the day I met you and I always will ♥ Have a great day !

  2. Beautiful space to create in! And seeing all your projects makes me wanna get started on something new in the art arena, no matter how small to get me going. Thanks…

  3. Ahhhh . . . thanks, everyone! It was a fun video to make, and kind of inspirational for me, too. It’s not often that I take a step back and look at the big picture of what I’m doing. Glad you enjoyed it!

  4. What a beautiful trip through your studio. The walk through your garden is a wonderful way to start the day.

  5. Thanks Cassie for the beautiful studio tour. It is a beautiful place to work, so calming and creative. Of course you know that I love your work, and so appreciate that you are so willing to share your techniques with others. I am looking forward to your silk painting tutorial.

  6. Thank you for sharing your garden, your studio and your wonderful tutorials. I followed your leaf printing tutorial from several years ago and am still inspired by leaves on paper…….looking forward to the leaf prints on silk and all the directions in art that you share with us. A lovely journey.

  7. Thank you for the vid! Maybe I’ll make one soon. Really want to ask more about natural dye art. Have been doing more experiments and dehrate to print with , fermenting some, also paint on floor/walls… Wonder if mix with clay for paint.
    Nice garden. (have planted many new is last month or 2, they really like the rains).

    1. Hi Lynn,

      I don’t think clay will adhere to canvas, paper or wood. What are you painting on? You could mix them with an oil medium or an acrylic medium. And there are recipes for paints such as glare and egg tempera using eggs as a base. There’s milk paint, and I’ve made soy milk paint.

      The Sinopia website has some recipes for paints using natural materials. There are also books available on this topic.

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