Guess what we figured out? So to put on the wheel covers we needed to raise the coach. Our levelers are airbags that fill and lift the rig so the tires are exposed and ready for travel. As soon as we elevated a bit Roger went out and put all the covers on. They look fantastic!! Heavy two toned vinyl beige/brown "designer" wheel covers. (They were on sale at Camping World on the internet). I will get a good photo of them!!!
So today was the last day I'd be in my studio. The new artist taking it over bought my easel so it's still there.
So many mixed emotions. The easel on which so many of my paintings were made and went to loving homes. This is where I was everyday for 2 1/2 years. But now on to my adventure and painting America.
One of my prized paintings just sold the other day. I was thrilled that it;s going to a wonderful home! 20" x 20" oil on copper then framed with one of my "go-to" frames. Painted on that wonderful easel. Oh well, there's so much to look forward to isn't there!
Just discovered and online group. RVillage People traveling everywhere in their RV's and connecting through the internet. There is even a group, I found and joined this evening, of artists. Very exciting.
More on that later.
Oh My God!you will be travelling soon,exciting,xx RachelReplyDelete
that is so cool that you found that group. I understand the sentiment behind the easel. My father was a famous editorial cartoonist (Ray Osrin) and when he passed, I took his entire art cabinet. I wish you could have kept the easel...seriouslyReplyDelete
I Know Caren, If we had bought a 5th wheel it was a possibility but there's just no room in the RV. It's ok..I have my plein air easels!!! :-) xxDelete
Beautiful painting of the dogs. It IS sad to leave such a beautiful studio, but from now on your studio is wherever you are parked and that is so much better. :)ReplyDelete
It is Barbara!!! I really like that thought!!!! XDelete
I know!!!!! So excited!!!! xxReplyDelete