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A Tueller Wall Easel, handcrafted by Jason Tueller at Paper Bird Studio, makes working on both larger paintings and multiple pieces much easier. Also, put caster wheels on a butler side table. Spray painted one side of a double-paned beveled glass with a dark gray, installed and sealed it on the wooden tray top. Now have a nice mobile neutral palette…

Small work and storage area, and 5 drawer cabinet on casters, make it easy to keep the area organized and clean. Keeping it simple lets me quickly find what I need…

Removed closet doors and had a sturdy platform built with locking caster wheels. Use the chair for portrait work, and the settee for figure work, removing the one not in use. Installed spotlights for lighting and shadow effects. Put locking caster wheels on my stand-alone easel in the top photo and use it so I can look…

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