Wet panel carriers

My apologies for neglecting my blog reading. I’ve been away for the summer visiting family back home in Oregon and Washington. I look forward to catching up with everyone soon.

Earlier this month I was lucky enough to attend a painting workshop run by one of my favorite artists Carol Marine.

Carol uses Ampersand Gessobord for her painting surface. I gave it a try and I like it much better than the canvas panel I was using before. So now I’m using some my old leftover canvas panels as slats for the wet canvas carrier that my uncle made for me.
wet panel carrier 1

For the workshop I needed something that I could carry panels of various sizes without breaking the bank. My uncle re-purposed an unused bookshelf that he picked up at a garage sale and created these nifty carriers. I slid some 9×12 canvas panels between them to act as shelves.

wet panel carrier 2

These work great and are able to hold anything 9 x 12 or smaller.I ended up using the top as a staging area for still life set ups. By stacking/unstacking them I was able to  raise or lower my point of view.

wet panel carrier 3

They were great to have on hand and I’m sad to leave them behind in Oregon. Thank you Uncle Scott!

Tomorrow we get on a plane back to China!

 

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